The government reduced vaccine exports due to the increase in the number of people infected with corona in the country. Amidst the increasing number of corona cases in the country, pressure was put on the government to limit the export of vaccines and in such a case, the government took this decision. But why was the Corona vaccine exported in India when there is so much controversy in the country? Foreign Minister S Jaishankar answered that question. Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar explained the reason for exporting the Corona vaccine to India.
Speaking at the Global Dialogue Series, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said that our vaccine production situation is different from that of many other countries. On what grounds was Coffeeshield built in India? This is Oxford-AstraZeneca, you might say it’s a British design product. It was created in India as the owner of the vaccine, who saw India as an effective production site. He further stated that it was indeed an international cooperation. When there is international cooperation, if someone gives you a vaccine in India then you also have to do your part, otherwise it will not work.
He further stated that he came with the support of the Kovacs initiative. Therefore, many countries had a commitment to support the Kovacs initiative to deliver vaccines at low prices. He said the Federal Cabinet has approved the B / W Memorandum of Understanding for India, the United Kingdom and North Island on the Migration and Mobility Partnership. The MoU aims to issue visas to enhance mobility of students, researchers and skilled professionals and to enhance cooperation on issues related to irregular migration and smuggling.