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Russia, Bolivia emphasize development of relations despite Covid-19

Russia, Bolivia emphasize development of relations despite Covid-19

Moscow, Oct 22 (Prensa Latina) Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday stressed in a dialogue with his Bolivian counterpart, Rogelio Mayta, that the Covid-19 pandemic did not hinder the development of relations with Bolivia.
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At the beginning of the official talks in Moscow, the Russian official recalled that the presidents of both nations had three telephone contacts during the last few months.

Lavrov stressed that cooperation in the areas of peaceful nuclear development, the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and other spheres of trade exchange will focus the inter-ministerial talks.

For his part, the Bolivian foreign minister thanked Russia for its support in the fight against Covid-19 through the Sputnik V vaccine, the first shot registered and supplied to the country to fight the disease.

The visitor said that both nations have a rich agenda of joint work that, in addition to the economic relations, includes coincidences at the multilateral level, in which La Paz and Moscow have common views.

This Friday, Mayta will give a lecture at the Russian University of Friendship with the Peoples, and will meet with representatives of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, in charge of commercializing the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine and other products that could be of interest to the Bolivian side.

During his stay in this country, the head of Bolivian diplomacy will also visit the Victory Museum, which shows the struggle of the Soviet people against German fascism (1941-1945).


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