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Heineken Serbia director Nikos Zois met with Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevic met and stated that Heineken is donating 12 million dinars for respiratory supplies to help combat the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in Serbia.

Minister Djordjevic said that the state is doing everything to protect its citizens, provide them with the necessary care and save their lives, and that it will continue in the coming period, but that any donation and assistance is of great importance for the whole country.

Heineken Serbia CEO Nikos Zois said the company is hoping to help Serbia in this time of coronavirus pandemic.