According to the Russian Sputnik News Agency on February 19, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that it had distributed invitations to embassies in Russia to participate in the vaccination against the novel coronavirus.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that as of mid-February, Russian vaccines had been approved for use in more than 25 countries around the world.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: “The practice of inviting diplomatic missions to vaccinated against the novel coronavirus is common in many countries, which is fully understandable.
In order to succeed in the fight against the epidemic, it needs to cover all people in Russia as widely as possible.
Invitations to participate in the vaccination campaign were distributed to the embassies and representative offices of international agencies in Russia.”