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RT published this video item, entitled “From Russia with vaccine | ‘Sputnik V’ departs from Moscow to Argentina” – below is their description.
Plane with 56 refrigerated containers of ‘Sputnik V’ vaccine departs from Moscow airport to Buenos AiresRT YouTube Channel
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