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Iceland and Faroe Islands to Have Joint Pharmaceuticals Market

Iceland’s Minister of Health Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarsson and his Faroese colleague Hans Pauli Ström have established a committee for investigating how the two countries can have the most successful collaborations in relation to pharmaceuticals trade.

Their goal is for Iceland and the Faroe Islands to have a joint pharmaceuticals market and cooperate on trade with medicine and nursing products, ruv.is reports.

Einar Magnússon, office manager of Iceland’s Ministry of Health and Insurance, Heri Moerkoere, national chemist in the Faroe Islands, Tummas í Gardi, medical director of the Faroese National Hospital and Vilhelmína Haraldsdóttir, department director of the National Hospital in Iceland, are in the committee.

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