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Moscow and Kabul agreed on the supply of Russian vaccine

27.02.2021 45 просмотров

Afghanistan will soon discuss with the Russian Federation the conditions for the supply of the Sputnik V vaccine.

Moscow and Kabul through Ministries of Health in the near future will discuss the timing and volumes of supplies of the coronavirus vaccine "Sputnik V" to Afghanistan. This was announced in an interview with TASS by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic, Mohammad Hanif Atmar, following his visit to Moscow.

“We talked about [our] need vaccine, and the Russian side was extremely generous. But we left this issue for discussion by our ministries of health to meet and discuss practical timing, scope and logistics,  , he said. “ I hope that the meeting will take place very soon, in March for sure, because this is an urgent matter.”

According to the venue of the talks has not yet been determined, the meeting can also be held via videoconference.

On August 11, 2020, Russia was the first in the world to register a vaccine against coronavirus, it was called Sputnik V. The drug was developed by the N. F. Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology. The vaccine has already been registered in many countries around the world.

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