Vaccine makers bribed the European Commissioner? – Athens News

One of the biggest corruption scandals in the history of the European Union may go unnoticed due to the fact that this monstrous story is so inconvenient that most of the European media, which position themselves as independent, will pretend that nothing happened.

Former President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Stella Kyriakides, and now the European Commissioner on health and food safety, the man who signed contracts with coronavirus vaccine manufacturers on behalf of the EU appears to be involved in a gigantic corruption scandal. Journalists are sure that vaccine manufacturers bribed her.

The joint account of the EU health commissioner and her husband unexpectedly ended up with 4 million euros. The Cypriot press is already literally talking about passive bribery. The money was deposited into the account of the Commissioner’s family through the Cyprus State Cooperative Bank. In order to avoid a scandal, attempts were made to disguise the transfer as a loan.

Incidentally Stella Kyriakides earlier was President of Europa Donna Cyprus, which dealt with breast cancer from 2000 to 2015. Europa Donna posted financial statements on its website since 2006. It learned that in recent years Ms Kyriakides has received tens of thousands of euros in grants from Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson.

Vaccine makers bribed the European Commissioner? – Athens News