Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Israel are all planning to impose sanctions on the countries that are planning to launch new Zika vaccines.
All three nations are trying to stop China from conducting its own vaccine trials.
President Trump recently made it clear that he does not want to sanction the countries for launching their own vaccine.
And Saudi Arabia and Israel, the only three members of the G7, are now working together to create a coalition of the willing that would sanction any countries that would launch a Zika vaccine.
Saudi Arabia’s plan, known as “Plan for the Future” is a plan to impose the sanctions on countries that fail to complete their own vaccines.
This plan is being supported by the U.S. The U.K. and other nations are also backing the plan.
“The U.N. has stated that it will be working with all of the countries to implement the plan for the future, but it is essential that they ensure that there are no delays in the development of their vaccines,” said Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U: Abdullah bin Mohammed al-Waleed.
“We cannot accept delays.
And we cannot allow any delay to occur.”
The plan is designed to punish nations that do not meet their vaccines targets, which would be announced in a speech to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Wednesday.
The countries that have failed to meet their vaccination targets will be banned from exporting or trading with each other and will have to sign a memorandum of understanding that prohibits their cooperation with the U,OECD, or other countries in the future.
The agreement was first proposed by Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the OED: Abdulrahman al-Tayeb, who said he would not be the one to announce the plan to the public.
“I will announce the plans in the coming days,” Tayeb said.
The plan was presented to the OECD by the European Union, which is the largest economic player in the world, and is being presented as a way to punish countries for failing to meet vaccination targets.
The nations that have not complied with the vaccine target of 90 percent vaccination coverage in all countries, by 2024, will be barred from trading with all other members of that group.
“It is a way of punishing countries that do have low vaccination coverage for the sake of their own economic survival,” Tayeeb said, adding that the goal is to “stop all other countries from trying to do business with the countries they do not have a vaccination program.”
The U,S., has been working with the OECD on the plan, and the Trump administration has also been pushing for it.
In addition to being the world’s largest economy, Saudi Arabia has the third largest budget deficit in the OECD, behind China and the U., with the Saudis having a deficit of more than $100 billion, according to the Financial Times.
The United Arab Emirate is also a member of the OPP.
It is also the only Arab country that does not have its own Zika vaccine program.
The Saudis and the OEU have been pushing the plan since at least January, but the OEECD has been trying to delay the plan in order to give the nations the time they need to implement it.
According to the World Health Organization, the plan is not expected to take effect until 2019, meaning that it is unlikely to happen before then.
The OEEO plans to introduce a memorandum to the G8 and other member nations that will ban countries that did not meet vaccine targets from trading, exports, and imports for five years.
The ban is expected to include countries like Brazil, Russia, and Turkey.
“At this point, we’re not going to put sanctions on any country,” Tayeyeb said of the plan after the plan was announced.
“There will be a process where we have to go through the G6 and the G20, and we have already done that, and that is the process of what we have announced, and so that will be the way it will go.”
The United States has also criticized the plan as “ridiculous.”
“The idea of imposing a blanket ban on trade and travel with countries that don’t have a vaccine is ridiculous.
We have to have the highest levels of safety and efficacy,” said a U.A.E. official.
“What is the point of it?
What is the benefit?
It’s a ludicrous idea.”
The official also said that it would not take effect unless the nations that did fail to meet the target in 2024 have the means to comply with the plan and to meet other requirements.
“You can’t just say, ‘We’re going to ban your trade with China.’
You can’t do that.
The idea of a blanket prohibition on trade with countries you don’t want to trade with is just a ridiculous idea,” said