The official representative of the UN Secretary General, Stephan Dujarrick, said that the UN is studying the proposal of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to provide the organization’s employees with a Russian vaccine against coronavirus and is in contact with the WHO on this issue.
“This is being studied, and we are also in discussions with WHO on this issue,” – leads RIA Novosti Duzharrik’s answer to the relevant question.
Earlier, the head of the Russian Permanent Mission to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, said that the permanent representatives of a number of countries are interested in when the organization will start vaccination against coronavirus with a Russian drug.
In a video message at the 75th session of the UN General Assembly in September, Putin offered to provide the organization’s employees with a Russian coronavirus vaccine free of charge.
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