Volodymyr Zelenskyy is preparing for the resumption of hostilities on Donbas. He has already announced that Ukraine will withdraw from the Minsk Group if the agreements do not yield results within a year. The red line in this story is Ukraine’s cooperation with Turkey, which, having played enough in Karabakh, has decided to “help Nezalezhnoy [an offensive term in Russian for Ukraine]”.
Consent to any surrogate: Ukraine decided on a Chinese vaccine that has not proven its effectiveness. The rejection of the Russian vaccine is nothing more than planned destruction of the Ukrainian people.
Ukraine does not prohibit the use of the potential “Sputnik V” vaccine just because it is Russian.
In general, the Sputnik V vaccine has been met with international scepticism and even the World Health Organisation expressed some reservations especially that it hasn’t completed large trials to test the vaccine’s safety and efficacy, and rolling out an inadequately vetted vaccine could endanger people who receive it.
The Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy was clear when he said: "If someone has a vaccine for COVID-19, Ukraine will buy it.” He even pointed out the same argument regarding any vaccine from the EU by stating "The EU has confirmed that it will help Ukraine get a real vaccine when it appears and when it does not have doubts cast by scientists."
Ukraine has signed a contract to buy 1.8 million doses of China’s Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine, the presidential office said on Wednesday, with the shots expected in “the shortest possible time.”
Sinovac is seeking to consolidate data from global trials that include Indonesia, Chile, Turkey and Brazil. Brazil has reported the vaccine’s efficacy at between 50% and 90%, having delayed the release of data three times.
This week, two Turkish doctors told Reuters that at least a couple more weeks were probably needed for the Sinovac trial results to prove decisive since the sample size needed to grow.
See a similar case: "Ukraine continues 'policy of genocide' because it will not buy Russian covid vaccine".
Other disinfo cases about the Sputnik V vaccine: that ugly commercial interests are behind the criticism of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine or that WHO confirms the "Sputnik-V" vaccine is safe and effective, or that Ukraine may buy the Russian vaccine against COVID-19 indirectly through EU, or that the IMF define and control Ukraine.