“Zhiguli” on avenues, “Volga” on streets 14.04.2021Soviet cars are greeted with welcoming car klaxons honking on the streets of New York, Berlin or Tokyo. It's a long time since German students bought Zhiguli cars, and French farmers acquired Lada Niva. As of today, collectors are chasing Volga, Pobeda (Victory) and Moskvich (Muscovite), which are exhibited in museums and in public squares. For many foreigners, Soviet cars are curiosity and novelty, but for Russian compatriots they symbolize nostalgia and connection with their homeland.
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Articles about effectiveness of Sputnik V published in Switzerland and Japan
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Reputable world media continue to publish articles on the effectiveness and safety of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus. The Swiss newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung called Sputnik V an export hit, and Yahoo News Japan published the opinion of a Japanese analyst calling for the use of the Russian drug in Japan, RIA Novosti reports.
An article in the Swiss newspaper compares vaccines developed in different countries. According to the authors of the publication, Sputnik V is superior to a number of Western European drugs in terms of efficiency and low cost.
Professor and leading analyst in Japan, Kazuhiko Fuji, said that Sputnik V has shown impressive performance in research and can be used in Japan. The scientist stressed the importance of a combination of measures to defeat the coronavirus.
Many readers of the website expressed their support for Sputnik V, recalling the previous successes of Russian scientists and the advanced developments of Russian science. One commentator noted that Russia has achieved maximum results with a limited budget.
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