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Raab; Important to listen to what India needs

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Raab; Important to listen to what India needs

Raab; Important to listen to what India needs

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said "it is important to listen to what (India) needs" as the UK continues to offer medical aid to the Indian government during its ongoing Covid crisis.

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