‘Our vaccine developments were denied by the West’ – Russian Foreign Ministry to RT

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    RT discusses the flow of critical remarks coming from the European Union over the Sputnik V COVID vaccine – despite some countries in the bloc voicing support for the jab as the EU continues to face supply shortages – with Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.

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