Loncar signed this document at the headquarters of the company Messer Tehnogas with the directors of the mentioned companies, Stefan Messer and Stefan Dräger.
The Minister underlined that, thanks to the engagement of the company Dräger, our health system managed to help many patients, and stated the fact that more than 50 kilometres of oxygen pipes were made in three months, which is usually done in four years.
With the memorandum signed, the Ministry of Health and Messer Tehnogas reached a common understanding that the company, in the event of a state of emergency, will make every effort to give priority to valid binding supply contracts with Serbian health institutions.
An agreement was reached with Dräger Technik that in an emergency situation this company will invest all efforts to give high priority to the delivery of equipment to Serbia required by the Ministry of Health, either by delivering new equipment or spare parts for the existing one.
Messer Tehnogas is part of Messer Group, one of the world's leading companies for the production and distribution of industrial, medicinal and special gases and related equipment.