The parliamentary commission on investigation of death of the school student Anton Tishchenko from Kramatorsk Donetsk region came to a conclusion that the Indian measles and rubella vaccinebecame a cause of death 11 graders.
It to journalists was declared by the head of the commission Victor Korzh, the Segodnya newspaper reports.
"The final verdict will be rendered right after commission meeting. But already now it is known that the vaccine which imparted the Kramatorsk school student, wasn't certified at us", - one of members of the commission Vadim Kolesnichenko told.
"The preparation passed test in Africa. To us it was delivered according to the World Health Organization recommendation, and in defiance of our legislation didn't pass certification", - the deputy added.
According to him, the commission came and to much more sad conclusions: more than a half of vaccines with which in Ukraine impart children and adults, aren't certified.
It is known that in the spring after measles and rubella inoculations about 200 Ukrainian school students got to hospitals. Vaccination suspended. In Ministry of Health to make comments on something while refuse.