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Modi discusses Covid’s situation with Biden, thanks for his help

New Delhi| A day after the US provided raw materials to India for Covid vaccines, which were previously under export control, as well as other key ingredients, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed Covid’s position with the US President on Monday. Thanked Joe Biden and for his support to fight growing cases in India.

He wrote on Twitter, “I had a fruitful conversation with Joe Biden today. We discussed in detail the state of the Covid epidemic in both countries. I thanked President Biden for the support the United States is providing to India.” . ”

In a series of tweets, Modi said, “My discussion with Bidein underscored the importance of a smooth and efficient supply chain of vaccine raw materials and medicines.”

The PMO said the two leaders discussed the Covid-19 situation in their countries, including India’s ongoing efforts to accelerate second-wave vaccination efforts and ensure supplies of vital medicines, medical and health-related equipment.

President Biden has stated that the US is determined to support India’s efforts by identifying sources of therapeutics, ventilators, and raw materials available for the manufacture of the covicidal vaccine.

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Sunday spoke to his Indian counterpart, Ajit Doval, over the phone, and expressed deep sympathy for the people of India following the recent spike in the Kovid-19 cases, and America’s solidarity with India Confirmed, a White House statement said.

Just as India had sent aid to the United States, because our hospital epidemic was quickly escalating in the United States to India need ²dh resolution to help. ”

The United States has for the Indian manufacturing Kovild vaccine Identified specific raw material sources that would be immediately made available to India. Covid-19 to help treat patients and protect front-line health workers in the United States in India. Medical Sciences, Rapid A supply of diagnostic test kits, ventilators, and personal protective equipment (PPE) have been identified, which will be made available to India immediately. “

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