On November 24th local time, Russian President Putin held a ceremony in the Kremlin to accept the credentials submitted by the ambassadors of Belgium, Finland, Saudi Arabia and other 20 countries.
At the ceremony of submitting his credentials, Putin said that in the face of unprecedented challenges in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Russia is willing to share its experience with countries interested in Russian vaccines and organize vaccine production in its own country.
In addition, Putin pointed out that the epidemic has exacerbated the problems in the world’s economic, trade, social and ecological fields, and the international security, strategic stability and arms control system are facing great pressure.
Putin called on all countries to negotiate on an equal footing, eliminate differences and move forward hand in hand.
The 20 ambassadors’ credentials ceremony to the Russian President is the first event held in the Kremlin since the outbreak of COVID-19.
Previously, Russian President Press Secretary Peskov said that all the people attending the ceremony took the necessary safety measures in view of the epidemic.