India 'moved mountains' to contain second wave of Covid-19: EAM tells Indians in Kuwait
Indian external affairs minister S Jaishankar on Thursday assured the worried diaspora in Kuwait that the second wave of Covid-19 was receding in India and the government "really moved mountains" to contain the pandemic. Jaishankar addressed the Indian community after concluding his meetings in the country.
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