European Union Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer made a statement. According to him, experts from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are immune to pressure from European politicians.
As Markus Ederer explained to RBC, the EMA, which is considering the issue of recognizing Sputnik V in the EU, is immune to political pressure.
“I have met with the inspectors, and they, frankly, work in their own world,” he said.
The EU Ambassador also named the reason for the delay in the registration of Sputnik V in Europe. According to him, Russia is hindering the process, postponing the date for the inspection requested by the EMA. But this, again, is a matter of technology, not politics, he stressed.
Earlier, the Gamaleya Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology suggested that WHO would register Sputnik V in November.
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