"At the end of May, as part of humanitarian aid, Romania plans to hand over a batch of coronavirus vaccine to Ukraine," Bodnar said.
He also noted that the issue of resale of 1.2 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine by Poland to Ukraine remains relevant.
"This issue remains relevant and there is a readiness to fulfill it. It is possible that the transfer will take place in parts," Bodnar said.
He noted that Poland for a certain period received less vaccine from suppliers to meet domestic needs and it does not give up its promise to provide Ukraine with the vaccine.
Meanwhile, Estonia will allocate 1 million euros to Ukraine. This money will be used to help curb the humanitarian crisis.
The funds should be received this year.
"In recent years, almost a third of Estonia's humanitarian aid has been sent to Ukraine. We will continue to support it and help those in need," the statement said.