EOSS Technologies is supporting the government in Montenegro in the extensive measures to combat the Corona pandemic. With a donation of 20,000 € for the purchase of a vital intensive care ventilator to the Danilo I Hospital in Cetinje, the help arrives concretely and unbureaucratically where it is needed.
The partnership between EOSS and the country of Montenegro has existed since 2015. Together with the private public partnership company “Wireless Montenegro”, the expansion of the digital public authority radio network in the country is being driven forward. The joint venture is an important international flagship project for improving communications infrastructure in the context of public safety in Montenegro. The excellent cooperation with all local Montenegrin partners is an essential part of the success. For this reason, Thomas Erkinger, Managing Director of EOSS Technologies and Blazo Saban, Managing Director of Wireless Montenegro agreed to help quickly and unbureaucratically in the course of the COVID19 pandemic.
Ventilators are critical to saving lives during the pandemic. The decision was therefore made to donate €20,000 to purchase an urgently needed intensive care ventilator for the Danilo I Hospital in Cetinje, the former capital of the country. In the current difficult times, it is all the more important to support each other, according to EOSS Managing Director Thomas Erkinger: “We stand by our partners in the fight against the pandemic in the best possible way, ultimately working together to overcome such major social disasters. With our donation, we hope to make a small contribution to overcoming the emerging Corona pandemic in Montenegro.”
Dräger Evita V300 intensive care ventilator during transport
Photo: Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA