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'Not aware of any request by Pakistan for supply of Indian made vaccines': MEA Spokesperson

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'Not aware of any request by Pakistan for supply of Indian made vaccines': MEA Spokesperson

'Not aware of any request by Pakistan for supply of Indian made vaccines': MEA Spokesperson

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava on January 22 said that he is not aware of any request either G2G or commercial basis by Pakistan for Indian made vaccines.

"I am not aware of any request for the supply for Indian made vaccines by Pakistan on a Government to Government or commercial basis," said MEA Spokesperson.


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