RDIF agrees to supply 25 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to Nepal

RDIF agrees to supply 25 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to Nepal

RDIF agrees to supply 25 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to Nepal

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Nepalese pharmaceutical company Trinity Pharmaceuticals have agreed to ship 25 million doses of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V to Nepal, RDIF said Tuesday.

This amount will be enough for 90% of the country's population, the report said.

“As soon as the vaccine is approved by the government of Nepal, we are ready to immediately provide it to the population of the country,” the head of Trinity Pharmaceuticals Kishore Adhikari said in a statement.

Earlier, RDIF agreed to supply vaccines to Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Mexico, Brazil, and India.

(Gleb Stolyarov)

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