Seven Group leaders (G7) rich countries have promised more than 1 billion doses of Covid-19 vaccine to developing countries and vowed to help developing countries grow their economies in combating climate change. At the 44th G7 Summit, the leaders agreed to challenge the practice of China’s non-market economy and called Beijing for violations of rights in Xinjiang and Hong Kong.
Overcoming the first outreach session of the ongoing G7 Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday delivered India’s commitment to “collective” solutions for global health challenges. Prime Minister Modi called for a “one earth, health” approach that aims for unity and solidarity among states worldwide to deal with pandemics. He also emphasizes the need to keep raw materials for vaccines that are easily accessible.
Source said, Mr. Modi “Looking for G7 support for proposals transferred by India and South Africa at the WTO for travel.” The neglect will help India increase the production of the anti-covid-19 vaccine. The argument found strong support from Australia and other countries. French President Emmanuel Macron also argues for strengthening countries such as India that can play an important role in containing pandemics.
Mr. Modi refers to special responsibilities “democratic and transparent society to prevent future pandemic.” He stated, “Indian emphasis on keeping the supply chain open for vaccine raw materials and components to help increase vaccine production in countries such as India.”
Prime Minister Modi participated in a session through virtual mode when he canceled his visit to England on May 11. Considering the second wave of Covid-19 at this time that had hit India hard. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson invited PM Modi to attend the G7 meeting session in Cornwall, also attended by Australian leaders, South Korea and South Africa.
Mr. Modi said India was willing to share her experiences and expertise on pandemics with the whole world.
As chairman of the G7, England invited India, Australia, South Korea, South Africa to the Summit as a guest country. In the session on ‘open society and opening the economy’ at the G7 Summit, PM Modi virtually discussed the meeting and highlighted the commitment of Indian civilization against democracy, freedom of thought, and freedom, according to the additional secretary of the External Ministry (MEA) (economic relations) P Harish.
Narendra Modi has also highlighted the new revolutionary impact of digital technology on social inclusion and empowerment in India through applications such as Aadhaar, direct benefit transfers (DBT), and hours (Jan Dhan-aadhaar-Mobile).
During the session, the Prime Minister expressed awards for support expanded by G7 and other guest countries during the recent wave of Covid infection in India.
He highlighted the approach of ‘the entire community of India to combat pandemics, synergizing efforts all levels of government, industry and civil society.
He also explained the success of the Indian use of open-source digital equipment for vaccine contact and management of vaccines and conveying India’s willingness to share its experiences and expertise with other developing countries.
Prime Minister carries out India’s support for collective efforts to improve global health governance. He sought G7 support for proposals moved at the WTO by India and South Africa for trips with Covid-related technology.
Prime Minister Modi said that today’s meeting must send “One Earth Health” to the whole world. Calling global unity, leadership, and solidarity to prevent a future pandemic, the Prime Minister emphasizes the specific responsibilities of democratic and transparent communities in this matter.
PM will participate in the last day of the G7 Summit tomorrow and will speak in two sessions.