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Kyrgyz health minister, head of Rospotrebnadzor discuss main areas of cooperation

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by January 21, 2022 Health

Kyrgyzstan’s Health Ministry hosted on Friday a meeting between Minister Alymkadyr Beishenaliev and head of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor), Chief State Sanitary Doctor of Russia Anna Popova.

 

During the meeting, the sides discussed the main areas of cooperation between the two countries, aimed at protecting public health and combating coronavirus infection, in particular in the field of biological safety.

 

In his speech, Alymkadyr Beishenaliev expressed gratitude to the Russian side for its comprehensive support and praised its contribution to the health care system of the Kyrgyz Republic in the fight against the coronavirus infection, which the whole world is fighting.

 

“The Russian side has always been and remains a reliable partner in any matter. Currently, our joint efforts are aimed at reducing and minimizing the risks of spreading the new coronavirus infection. Let me express gratitude for the support in equipping with modern laboratory equipment, regular in-depth phylogenetic studies of the full genome of the coronavirus circulating in our country, advanced training of our specialists, technical support in the form of PCR study kits, several batches of Russian-made vaccines,” said the Kyrgyz health minister.

 

“Ensuring sanitary and epidemiological well-being is a priority and humanitarian direction that we are implementing. We are very glad that the effective work of mobile laboratories, delivered within the framework of the projects of Russia in a variety of directions, provides significant help for diagnostics in the Kyrgyz Republic,” Anna Popova noted.

 

In addition, Popova and Beishenaliev discussed the current epidemiological situation in the world, the emergence of many mutated strains of SARSCOV-2 and effective measures to counteract and prevent coronavirus infection.

 

Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency

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