According to Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev, life-saving humanitarian aid provided by Russia last month is being successfully used to assist Indians.
The Russian Ambassador to India, Nikolay Kudashev, described the Russian-Indian war against COVID-19 as an illustration of a special and privileged strategic partnership and a successful model of international anti-pandemic cooperation as the second batch of the Sputnik V landed in Hyderabad, Telangana on Sunday.
Ambassador Kudashev reported that Russian life-saving humanitarian aid provided last month is being actively used to assist Indians in overcoming the disease’s consequences.
After the recent launch of the Russian vaccine in the Indian vaccination campaign, Kudashev called the delivery of the second batch of Sputnik V vaccine “very timely.”
On April 12, 2021, Sputnik V was licenced for use in India and given an emergency use authorization. Sputnik V’s primary manufacturing centre is in India.