MILAN (AP) — Russia has signed a deal to produce 10 million doses of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in Italy this year. The deal was announced Tuesday by the Italian-Russian chamber of commerce. It was signed by Adienne Srl, the Italian subsidiary of a Swiss-based pharmaceutical company, with the Russian Direct Investment Fund. The Italian-Russian chamber of commerce says Russian authorities are working on 20 similar collaborations across Europe and that Sputnik V has been registered in 45 nations worldwide.
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