EU bans Hungary from buying Russian coronavirus vaccine

Earlier, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that possible supplies of vaccines developed in Russia and China are being discussed.

Officials from Brussels have once again shown that the profits of European pharmaceutical companies are more valuable to them than people’s health.

“We will be forced to take action if the country tries to purchase a drug that is not certified in the European Union”, – said the official representative of the European Commission, Eric Mamer.

Earlier, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that possible supplies of vaccines developed in Russia and China are being discussed. According to the politician, the first batch of the drug will be delivered in late December – early January.

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