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Narendra Modi: Indian pharmacists will provide foreign countries with COVID-19 vaccine

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India is ready to help the world in the production of vaccines against coronavirus.

India, which has a developed pharmaceutical industry, is ready to assist the world community in the production of vaccines against coronavirus. This was stated on Saturday by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, speaking at the general political debate of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly (GA).

"Today I want to give another guarantee to the world community," he said, noting that India "is the largest vaccine-producing country in the world" “. " The production and supply of vaccines in India will be used to help all of humanity in fighting this crisis."

The head of the Indian government noted that during the pandemic, the Indian pharmaceutical industry sent the necessary medicines to more than 150 countries. He added that India and nbsp;neighboring countries are advancing in phase three vaccine trials.

Narendra Modi also emphasized that  India will help all countries in development of their storage and transportation systems for medicines and warehouse capacities for vaccine delivery. According to him, New Delhi is always ready to share its experience.

This year's High-Level General Assembly Week takes place from 22 to 29 September in pre-recorded video presentations.

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