According to the Russian satellite news agency on August 21, Peruvian President piscara told reporters that his country had sent a request to Russia for information on Russia’s new coronavirus vaccine. “We are also aware of the vaccine announced by the Russian President, and we have made a request through the Ministry of foreign affairs because we do not rule out any possibility,” biskala said. Peru has obtained the explanatory procedure document from the Russian Embassy. ” < / P > < p > he added to reporters, “the next time we communicate, we will inform you of the stage of cooperation between Peru and the Russian government and the Russian direct investment fund.” The news conference was broadcast on the president’s Twitter account. < p > < p > earlier, Cesar Milla, head of the pacasmayo District in lalibertad, northern Peru, said he had sent a formal request to the Russian Embassy in Peru to allow access to the Russian “satellite-v” vaccine. Similarly, the heads of Moche district and Arequipa region sent the same request to the embassy.