Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova commented on the registration procedure for the Sputnik V vaccine in Europe.
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She found this approach politicized.
“I would like to hope that such an attitude towards Sputnik V on the part of the European Commission, and in fact, the attitude towards its own citizens and the solution of the planetary problem will not affect the pace of consideration of the application submitted by Russia for registration of a domestic vaccine by the European Medicines Agency,” she added official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
European Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton said on the TF1 TV channel that Europe would not need the Russian Sputnik V vaccine against coronavirus. According to the European Commissioner, priority is given to vaccines, “which are approved and produced in the European territory.”
He noted that from March to June, from 300 million to 350 million doses of drugs from COVID-19 will be delivered to European countries.
Source site russian.rt.com