Russia has no plan to recognise foreign vaccines

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News Desk

The Russian government has said that Moscow had no immediate plans to allow foreign coronavirus vaccines into Russia, despite the country’s sluggish vaccination rates and rising death toll in a third wave of the pandemic.

Russia — whose Sputnik V vaccine is not recognised by the EU — is not currently discussing the “mutual recognition” of vaccines with Brussels, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

 

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