Russia and Kazakhstan to speed up launch of manufacturing of Sputnik V vaccine


NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Russia and Kazakhstan have agreed to expedite work on a venture to provide a Russian vaccine towards coronavirus in Kazakhstan. An settlement was reached throughout a gathering between Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and Russian Presidential Administration deputy head Dmitry Kozak, TASS reported citing a diplomatic supply on December 3.
According to him, “during Kozak’s visit to Kazakhstan, the topic of deployment in the republic of the production of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine was discussed in a substantive manner. The parties agreed to accelerate the implementation of this large-scale joint project,” the supply stated.
In addition, he stated that Tokayev and Kozak mentioned topical problems with additional improvement of integration processes and allied ties within the post-Soviet house.
On December 2, Tokayev stated at a session of the Collective Security Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization {that a} plant for the manufacturing of the Russian vaccine towards coronavirus will likely be constructed within the republic within the near future.