Russia is testing Sputnik Light, which is not approved for use by any international organization, on the residents of CADLO. This was reported on Facebook on August 3 by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence.
The Sputnik Light vaccine, based on the Sputnik V vaccine, has not been approved for use by the European Medicines Agency and the World Health Organization. WHO approval is essential for the vaccine distribution as part of the Global Coronavirus Vaccine Access Initiative, which provides a vaccine to poor countries", - the message said.
It is noted that Russia supplies vaccines used in the poorest countries of the world to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine.
"While Ukraine vaccinates its citizens with the best and most expensive vaccines that are used by all civilized countries. Russia is doing unofficially even this, trying to hide the facts of the vaccine delivery to CADLO", - the message says.
The Ministry of Defence notes that residents of the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts temporarily not controlled by Ukraine can simply test a new Russian drug.
"Residents of the temporarily occupied territories in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine can plainly become guinea pigs for Russian pharmacists, who are testing a new version of their Sputnik Light vaccine on them before offering it to the Russians", - the Ukrainian military report.
It is emphasized that the Sputnik Light single-component Russian vaccine can have many times more side effects than the two-component Sputnik V. "Having tested its dubious vaccine on residents of the temporarily occupied territories of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine, the Russian Federation will not bear any responsibility for the death or illness of people, while the result of its testing on Russian citizens will completely fall on the shoulders of Russian pharmacists. Nobody will know how many people this vaccine will actually kill", - the Defence Ministry sums up.
As previously reported, residents in CADO apprehended the Sputnik Light coronavirus vaccine imported from the Russian Federation.