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India provided COVID vaccines, medical supplies to over 150 countries: MEA

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India provided COVID vaccines, medical supplies to over 150 countries: MEA

India provided COVID vaccines, medical supplies to over 150 countries: MEA

Speaking at UNSC high-level meeting on Maintenance of International Peace and Security: Upholding Multilateralism and the United Nations-centred International System, India's Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla informed that India have provided COVID-19 vaccines, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment to over 150 countries across the world.

"Over the past year alone, we have provided COVID-19 vaccines, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment to over 150 countries across the world," Foreign Secretary Shringla.


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