Kiev creates a legal framework for the approval of the Russian vaccine

The Ukrainian parliament has supported a bill that will allow “blindly” approve vaccines against coronavirus, including the Russian drug Sputnik V.

The author of the initiative was the deputy of the ruling party “Servant of the People” Mikhail Radutsky. His bill amends the law “On Medicines” and has already been adopted by the relevant committee of the Parliament.

If the Verkhovna Rada supports the document, it will be possible to register vaccines in Ukraine “blindly”. It will be enough to conduct the third stage of clinical trials in the European Union, India, Mexico and a number of other countries.

Earlier, News Front reported that Russia is just working on the approval of its Sputnik V vaccine on the European market. Moscow is supported in this regard by the German government. Hungary has generally allowed the use of the Russian drug on its territory.

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