India starts Shipping COVID vaccines selflessly to other countries including Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles, while China is busy making windfall profits by exploiting Chinese Virus COVID-19 Pandemic.
India has started sending Covid-19 vaccines to neighbouring countries to help them fight the prevalent Coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday 20-January 2021, India dispatched the first consignment of 1.5 lakh dosages of Serum Institute of India’s Covishield vaccine from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) to Thimphu in Bhutan. India is also dispatching 1 lakh dosages of Covishield vaccine to Malé in the Maldives from Mumbai airport.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India is deeply honoured to be a long-trusted partner in meeting the healthcare needs of the global community.
Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) issued a statement on 19-January 2021, “The Government of India has received several requests for the supply of Indian manufactured vaccines from neighbouring and key partner countries. In response to these requests, and in keeping with India’s stated commitment to use India’s vaccine production and delivery capacity to help all of humanity fight the Covid pandemic, supplies under grant assistance to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles will begin from 20 January 2021. In respect of Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Mauritius, we are awaiting their confirmation of necessary regulatory clearances.” the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) stated.
Ministry of External Affairs statement further said, “India has also provided training to several neighbouring countries to enhance and strengthen their clinical capabilities, under the Partnerships for Accelerating Clinical Trials (PACT) programme. Separately, several training courses have been organized for healthcare workers and administrators of partner countries under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme, sharing our experience in dealing with the pandemic.”
“In an ongoing effort, India will continue to supply countries all over the world with vaccines. This will be calibrated against domestic requirements and international demand and obligations, including under GAVI’s Covax facility to developing countries.”
These countries will get Make-In-India Covid-19 vaccines.
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan from their twitter handle @FMBhutan confirmed arrival of 150,000 doses of CoviShield vaccine. He tweeted, “Our profound gratitude to the GoI for the generous gift of 150,000 doses of Covishield vaccines that Bhutan received today. Deeply grateful to GoI for its abiding friendship and unconditional support to Bhutan’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. @DrSJaishankar @RuchiraKamboj”
Republic of Maldives
President of the Republic of Maldives, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih from his twitter handle @ibusolih confirmed arrival of a gift of 100,000 does of CoviShield vaccine. He tweeted, “A short while ago, a flight from India with a 100,000 doses of the CoviShield vaccine arrived in the Maldives, renewing our hopes for a resolution to the Covid 19 crisis soon. Our heartfelt thanks to PM @narendramodi , government and people of India for this most generous gift.
Foreign Minister of Maldives, Abdulla Shahid with his twitter handle @abdulla_shahid tweeted, “Maldives is happy to receive as grant, 100,000 doses of Covishield developed by Serum Institute of India – among the first countries to receive vaccines from India. As always, India stands strong & steadfast, by our side, as 1st responder in any crisis #MaldivesIndiaPartnership”
Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar tweeted, “Nepal receives Indian vaccines. Putting neighbours first, putting people first!”
In a tweet Prime Minister of Nepal K P Sharma Oli from his twitter handle @kpsharmaoli tweeted, “I thank Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji as well as the Government and people of India for the generous grant of one million doses of COVID vaccine to Nepal at this critical time when India is rolling out vaccination for it’s own people.”
The supplies of Covid vaccines to several countries commenced on Wednesday 20-January 2021, and more will follow in the days ahead, PM Modi had tweeted on Tuesday.
India is supplying Covid-19 vaccines to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles, commenced from Wednesday 20-January 2021. In respect of Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Mauritius, the Government of India is awaiting confirmation of necessary regulatory clearances from those countries.
Keeping in view the domestic requirements of the phased roll-out, India will continue to supply Covid-19 vaccines to partner countries over the coming weeks and months in a phased manner, the MEA said. The MEA has assured and underlined that it will be ensured that domestic manufacturers will have adequate stocks to meet domestic requirements while supplying abroad.
India has selflessly supplied paracetamol and hydroxychloroquine to over 120 countries by mid-May 2020 while ensuring the domestic supply, as these two medicines were in huge demand due to COVID-19, Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal had said in May 2020.
In 2020, India had also supplied diagnostic kits, ventilators, masks, gloves and other medical supplies to a large number of countries besides hydroxychloroquine, Remdesivir and paracetamol tablets to cope with Chinese Virus Covid-19 pandemic.
India has also provided training to several neighbouring countries to enhance and strengthen their clinical capabilities, under the Partnerships for Accelerating Clinical Trials (PACT) programme. Separately, several training courses have been organized for healthcare workers and administrators of partner countries under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme, sharing our experience in dealing with the pandemic, the MEA stated.
Apart from these, India will continue to supply countries all over the world with Covid-19 vaccines. “This will be calibrated against domestic requirements and international demand and obligations, including under GAVI’s Covax facility to developing countries,” the MEA said.
India will also selflessly supply Indian Vaccines to African countries. In a recent meeting with High Commissioners/Ambassadors of Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi, Rwanda, Botswana, Burundi, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia, Indian foreign minister Dr. S. Jaishankar discussed several topics including COVID recovery, vaccines.
China Making Windfall Profits by exploiting the Chinese Virus COVID-19 Pandemic
What India is doing is in sharp contrast with what China has been doing. China has exploited every possible opportunity in this Bio-War that China has inflicted on the world using its Bio-Weapon of Chinese virus to make profits. China has made profits not only by selling masks, ventilators but also earning windfall profits by selling not only masks, ventilators but also the Covid vaccine.
China is also exporting its COVID-19 vaccine to Turkey at baffling five-fold cost for Chinese vaccine than what is being paid by Indonesia, and the experts fear it could be used by Turkey to get Chinese funding and help in taking control of the Middle East and signing the extradition treaty is a small price to pay.
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Dr Serdar Savaş, former program director of World Health Organisation (WHO) Europe, told daily Sözcü on Friday 25-December that Turkey had commissioned a coronavirus vaccine developed in China at exorbitant prices, and pointed to other concerns with the deal.
Indonesia has signed a contract with China to purchase the Sinovac at $13 per vaccine dose, while Turkey’s contract is for $70 per dose, according to Savaş. The doctor said: “At 50 million doses, the $57 price difference will cost Turkey $2.85 billion. How could this disparity be explained?”
Similarly China is also selling COVID-19 vaccines to Pakistan at exhorbitant rates knowing well that Pakistan is a bankrupt country and Pakistan’s external debt to China will increase. Pakistan will have no other way to repay this mounting Chinese loan except to give more of its strategic assets including mines and islands to China.
Points to Ponder
Isn’t it the time when European, Asian and African countries turn towards India instead of China and collectively fight the Global Bio-Terrorist China that took lives of over 2.06 million people worldwide using its Bio-Weapon Chinese Corona Virus?
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