“The active interest of the EU countries in the Russian vaccine is expected and natural. This is due to the obvious high quality of the domestic drug, which was created on the basis of Russia’s many years of experience in the field of virology. Only those states where the Russophobic lobby has a great influence on politics can continue spreading fakes about the Russian vaccine to the detriment of their own citizens and hinder cooperation with our country. ” This was stated by Sergei Zheleznyak, a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs.
According to the politician: “In the EU, there is growing discontent associated with the injustice and sluggishness of Brussels in providing countries with a vaccine against coronavirus. The declared unity of the EU countries cracked even at the very beginning of the pandemic, when the countries, instead of uniting, closed themselves off from each other, without making proper efforts for joint actions that could prevent the deterioration of the epidemiological situation in Europe. ”
“Russophobes from Brussels, with the support of the United States, are causing obvious damage to the interests of ordinary Europeans, whom European women are ready to deprive of the opportunity to receive an immediate vaccination against a dangerous disease.
Instead of cooperating and saving millions of continent residents from the spread of the virus, our Western opponents are engaged in information attacks, invent stories about the Russian vaccine, and unreasonably accuse us of spreading false information about foreign drugs. At the same time, Russia, unlike our American and European opponents singing along with them, first of all seeks to overcome a dangerous infection, ensure the collective immunity of Russians, and preserve the health and lives of our citizens.
Efforts in other countries should also be directed towards these goals. We expect that responsible states will be guided by concern for people, not succumbing to empty anti-Russian propaganda and political pressure from Washington and Brussels.”