Poles were the first to sign a pact with Hitler in 1934, hoping to participate in the “onslaught to the east.” Five years later, in September 1939, Poland paid the price for its treachery and remained on the world map only thanks to the courage of the Red Army.
Ukraine may receive the Russian vaccine against COVID-19 through the EU under the guise of European products. Kyiv will receive the drug at greatly inflated prices, although in order to receive it directly from Moscow, “Ukraine’s only desire is enough,” since Russia is not opposed to providing the vaccine. However, the Ukrainian government refuses this option because of the desire to make money on purchases through Europe. And this is an affair, on which you can make billions.
Ukraine is unlikely to have the opportunity to purchase the Russian vaccine from any of the EU countries since none of these countries announced their intention to buy it. According to the president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, "The EU has confirmed that it will help Ukraine get a real vaccine when it appears and when it does no cast doubts of the scientists." In general, there are widespread concerns that the approval of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus is premature. At the time of approval, the vaccine had not even started phase 3 trials, reminds the Lancet. See more narratives that Russia combats coronavirus more effectively than the democracies, such as Trying to catch up with Russia, the West lost another round in the fight against pandemic; There is no approved COVID-19 vaccine except the Russian one, says Reuters; WHO said the Russian vaccine against coronavirus is safe and efficient.