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Russian fund signs contract to supply Sputnik V to Hungary

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Russian fund signs contract to supply Sputnik V to Hungary


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Hungary has signed an agreement with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) on the supply of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, TASS reports.

According to the head of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko, it will help develop cooperation between the two countries.

Experts from Hungary visited the Gamalei Center, got acquainted with the results of clinical trials that took place on Russian territory. An inspection of the sites where the vaccine is produced was also held.

The first batch of the drug was delivered to Hungary at the end of last autumn. It passed a comprehensive examination.

Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Peter Siyjarto, in turn, noted that Hungarian specialists got acquainted with the entire process of vaccine production in Russia.

Sputnik V was registered in Hungary on the eve of January 21. This country became the first in the European Union to officially approve the use of the Russian drug.

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