Modi got with France on corona vaccine, said, India does not need to listen to anyone’s speech

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New Delhi: The second wave of Covid 19 in India is not taking the name of havoc. On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has to bear the brunt of criticisms regarding the lack of the Covid vaccine. In such a situation, he has got the support of France. French President Emmanuel Macron has said that India does not need to listen to anyone’s speech regarding the vaccine supply. PM Modi also attended the virtual summit of European Union countries. Where President Macron of France said, India has introduced its humanity by helping the vaccine to many countries.

The decision to start the conversation again after 8 years

In this conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to 27 countries of the EU to support him on the TRIPS exemption. This will allow everyone to get an affordable corona vaccine and low-cost treatment. In this meeting, India-EU decided to resume talks after 8 years on a balanced, ambitious and comprehensive free trade agreement. At the same time, a wide-ranging partnership was started. Apart from this, negotiations were also started on the Independent Investment Protection Agreement.

Talks on enhancing cooperation

According to the information given by the Foreign Ministry, PM Narendra Modi has made virtual talks with the heads of all 27 countries of the EU quite successful. The talks between the two sides in this meeting focused on further enhancing all forms of cooperation in the areas of trade, investment and connectivity. On this occasion, all countries also spoke about the coronavirus epidemic and health cooperation. India joined the EU with Corona in battle. The meeting was chaired by Antonio Costa, Prime Minister of Portugal.

EU Council President tweeted

EU Council President Charles Mitchell tweeted after the meeting that we have opened a new chapter of the India-EU strategic partnership in the meeting of EU leaders with PM Narendra Modi. Let us know that Prime Minister Modi was supposed to go to Portugal for this meeting, but the trip was postponed keeping in mind the Coronavirus crisis. After this, the two sides agreed on a virtual dialogue.


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