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- World leaders agree to increase vaccine production for poorer countries and reduce temperatures by 1.5 degrees
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a five-day European tour, attended the second day of the G20 summit on Saturday. At a summit in the Italian capital, Rome, Prime Minister Modi assured the G20 leaders that India would produce 5 billion doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by the end of next year. These vaccines will be given not only to Indians but all over the world. Meanwhile, world leaders agreed to increase vaccine production for poor countries.
However, Prime Minister Modi sought the help of the G20 countries to get approval from the WHO for the emergency use of Kovac, the Indian Govt-19 vaccine. The vaccine is manufactured by Indian company Bharat Biotech. Modi said New Delhi could achieve the target of developing 5 billion vaccines after getting approval from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Modi met US President Joe Biden and held consultations on key issues.
Has provided medical supplies to over 150 countries
According to ANI, Prime Minister Modi attended the G20 Global Health and Global Economic Session in Rome. Accompanying him was Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, who said the Prime Minister had briefed the G20 leaders on India’s medical supplies. The Prime Minister said that since the onset of the Govt-10 epidemic, India has supplied medical supplies to 150 countries. Shringla said the Prime Minister also spoke about the success of his government in delivering the first dose of the Govt-19 vaccine to one billion people in India.
At the opening session of the summit, Prime Minister Modi and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi agreed to work together in the energy sector. All G-20 leaders were photographed with leading staff. This was followed by a session on the global economy and health.
Prime Minister Modi met with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
There have been lengthy talks between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Prime Minister of Italy Tragi said that we must redouble our efforts to reach the poorest countries in the world. He said 70% of people in rich countries are vaccinated and only 3% of people in poor countries are vaccinated. This is immoral.
Prime Minister Modi cordially met French President Emmanuel Macron.
Prime Minister Modi has congratulated Dr. Tetros Caprais, President of the World Health Organization.
Prime Minister Modi, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and other world leaders during a photo session at the G20.
The Iran nuclear deal was discussed
The meeting also discussed the Iran nuclear deal. The leaders of the G-20 countries decided at the meeting that efforts would be made to reduce global temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius. The meeting was attended by US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and many world leaders.
The leaders of all the countries who came to attend the G-20 meeting posed with leading staff fighting the corona epidemic.
The G-20 summit is being held at the Roma Convention Center in Rome, the capital of Italy.
The Prime Minister met with Pope Francis
Earlier, Modi reached the Vatican and met Cardinal Pietro Parolin Pope Francis, the greatest clergyman of the Catholic Church and Secretary of State. This is Modi’s first meeting with Pope Francis. However, the meeting was not part of the Prime Minister’s official schedule, as the Foreign Ministry did not provide any information.
Important meeting with Macron
Modi’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron is considered very significant. The ‘Awkus’ affair was also discussed between the two last month. However, this conversation happened over the phone. There was a lot of tension between the United States, Britain and Australia over the submarine deal and its impact is directly visible somewhere in AUKUS. However, talks between Joe Biden and Macron are currently underway and the matter is expected to ease.
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