The introduction of the corona vaccine has started worldwide. At the same time, India is also working to give vaccines on gift float to other countries. In this episode, India has given Kuwait the first consignment of indigenous vaccine. Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar tweeted and informed about this.
The campaign to install vaccines is going on a war footing across the world. India is also providing indigenously made Corona vaccine to other countries. Under vaccine diplomacy, India has been continuously shipping its consignment made to many countries. Today in this episode, India has sent the first consignment of Corona vaccine to Kuwait. Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar gave information about this.
s. Jaishankar tweeted, “The first consignment of indigenously made Corona vaccine has arrived in Kuwait today.” He said that this will deepen the friendship between the two countries and strengthen the relationship.
India is helping other countries in difficult times
India is helping other countries at a time when almost the whole world is battling the corona virus epidemic. The Corona vaccine made in India has now been given emergency approval by many countries. Apart from this, India has now also joined the list of countries where the campaign to install Corona vaccine is going on very fast. Many countries have also thanked India for providing help. This has deepened India’s friendship with friendly countries.
India sent vaccine to all SAARC countries
India has already sent the Corona vaccine prepared by the country’s largest drug maker Serum Institute in Pune to all SAARC countries except Pakistan and Afghanistan. On the one hand, while a consignment of 5 lakh doses of vaccine was sent to Sri Lanka on 27 January, on the other hand, the government has assured Kabul that as soon as its emergency use is approved by the local regulator, then Afghanistan Will top his list of priorities.
WHO Director General said thank you
WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom, in a recent tweet thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wrote, “We would like to thank India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for their continued support in the worldwide efforts against Covid-19 “We can stop this virus and save lives by working together and sharing knowledge.”
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