Ana Mato asked 15-day truce to pharmacists Valencia
Pharmacists of Valencia, Castellón and Alicante decided today at the meeting called for tonight if they respect the truce of 15 days has requested the Minister of Health, Ana Mato, to avoid the indefinite strike announced for next Monday.
The announcement of today's special meeting follows the meeting held yesterday pharmacists to study the proposal of the Minister to include them in a payment to suppliers to see their situation regularized.
The Ministry of Finance is developing a global payment solution, but "this solution requires the definition of administrative procedures that may not be immediate, but there is a definite commitment to them within two weeks," he said yesterday the College of Pharmacists Valencia after the holding of an Extraordinary Meeting.
The Minister of Health, Luis Rosado, said today that both the central and regional government are "for the work to ensure that pharmacists charge as soon as possible the amounts owed to them."
Meanwhile, on Thursday, the Minister for Finance and Public Administration, José Manuel Vela, apologized to the apothecaries for the debt that keeps the Valencia with them, and insisted that the government is working to pay Valencia "soon" and that "four months of delays are many."