UN chief said – India’s vaccine production capacity is the best in the world today
“I know that there is a very high level of production of Indian developed vaccines in India,” the UN chief said in the address. We are in contact with Indian institutions for this. India has all the means and its role in the world’s immunization will be very important.
Calling on India to play a major role in the global vaccination campaign, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday named India’s vaccine production capacity one of the best existing assets in the world. Addressing reporters here, the UN chief said, ‘I know that there is a very high level of production of Indian developed vaccines in India.We are in contact with Indian institutions for this. We strongly hope that India has all the means and its role in the world’s immunization will be extremely important. His efforts will make the global vaccination campaign a success. ‘
He further said that I think that India’s production capacity is the best asset in the world today. I hope it should be fully utilized in the world. On the need to democratize access to drugs, Guterres said, ‘I would say a very important element on the democratization of access to drugs around the world. I have again applied for a license today to make the license available to other companies in the world and that they may also be able to produce some of the existing vaccines.
Explain that this statement of the UN chief comes after India has provided more than 5.5 million doses of corona virus vaccine to its neighboring countries. The Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday that since January 20, we have made more than 5.5 million doses of corona virus vaccine available to our neighboring countries.Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, “In the next few days, we plan to provide one lakh doses of vaccine to Oman, five lakh to CARICOM countries (Caribbean community) and two to two lakh to Nicaragua and Pacific islands.” In addition, commercial exports have been made to Brazil, Morocco and Bangladesh. Supplies will be made to Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Canada, Mongolia and other countries.