In the near future, the leadership of the Republic of Moldova will send a request to Moscow.
According to Moldavskie Vedomosti, following a meeting with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation in Chisinau Oleg Vasnetsov, President of Moldova Igor Dodon said on his page on social networks that Chisinau would send Russia a request for a vaccine against coronavirus.
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“We discussed a wide range of issues related to the development and strengthening of strategic partnership between our states,” the head of state wrote. – Separately, we discussed the topic of a vaccine against coronavirus, the creation of which was recently announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin. He congratulated the Russian partners on a very important achievement of medical science in the context of a pandemic and emphasized our country’s interest in obtaining this vaccine. “