Speaking at the Group of 20 Leaders Summit in Rome, PM Modi told that India is ready to produce 5 billion corona vaccine doses by the end of 2022 and these doses will be available to the world.
New Delhi. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the first G20 session on Saturday highlighted India’s contribution in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Top diplomat Shringla told a press briefing that PM Modi mentioned India’s medical supplies to over 150 countries as he spoke about the country’s ‘one earth, one health’ approach for a collaborative approach in tackling the pandemic. Had it.
Speaking at the Group of 20 Leaders Summit in Rome, Prime Minister Modi said that India is ready to produce 5 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of 2022, which will be available to the world. PM Modi invited G20 countries to make India their partner in economic recovery and supply chain diversification.
In his intervention at the first session, PM highlighted India’s contribution to fight against COVID. He mentioned India’s medical supplies to over 150 countries &spoke about our vision of One Earth, One Health which is essentially collaborative approach in fight against COVID:FS https://t.co/fWwEXUTx8F pic.twitter.com/DxnNXApHyK
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Shringla said at the special briefing in Rome, “He also brought to the fore the fact that despite the challenges of the pandemic, India remained a reliable partner in terms of reliable supply chains. We also believe that the WHO’s EUA for Covaxin is another Would appreciate this process of helping countries.”
Now PM Modi will attend an event organized by US President Joe Biden on “Resilience in the Supply Chain” on Sunday and will hold other bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the G20 summit. He will then fly to Glasgow to attend the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Pope Francis at the Vatican today
“Had a very warm meeting with Pope Francis. I had the opportunity to discuss a wide range of issues with him and also invited him to visit India,” says PM. pic.twitter.com/CBiopLlFEV
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Earlier on Saturday, the Prime Minister met Pope Francis at the Vatican and extended an invitation to visit India. He was accompanied by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Shringla said the Pope has accepted the invitation. “You (PM Modi) have given me the biggest gift. I am looking forward to coming to India,” Shringla quoted the Pope as saying.
Not only this, after meeting PM Modi in Rome, French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted in Hindi, “We share with India the same ambitions for environment, health and innovation. We work together towards concrete results. Will continue to operate, especially in the Indo-Pacific region.”
After meeting PM Modi in Rome, the French President tweeted in Hindi, “We share common ambitions for environment, health and innovation with India. We will continue to work together towards tangible results, Especially in the Indo-Pacific region.” https://t.co/0SinBMZY6e pic.twitter.com/9U1kXM1ABg
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