Hungarian language portal in Bratislava, panorama Under the guise of the night, the Slovak Army military cargo plane secretly flew to Moscow and then took off from Sheremetyevo International Airport and set off, so that the first shipment of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine could reach the Slovak capital within hours.
a Spartan It can carry sixty soldiers or 11 tons of cargo on board, so it can carry an enormous amount of vaccine. According to press reports, his trip has had no other purpose since then The military aircraft of a NATO member is considered an unwelcome guest in Russia unless it is on a humanitarian or medical mission.
Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovic announced earlier that he is in talks with Moscow and the holding company responsible for selling the vaccine in exchange for two million doses of the Russian vaccine to vaccinate one million people.
But Andrei Danko, head of the Slovak National Party, said he arranged the vaccine with the Russians. Denník told N that Slovakia had already signed the sales contract, which
Through the intervention of the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Cigaro
I managed to place it under the roof.
The use of Sputnik V is optional with special permission from the Bratislava Ministry of Health, and in principle only those who request or are willing to be vaccinated with the Russian vaccine receive this type of vaccine.