Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava mentioned that as a part of such efforts, India organised two coaching modules for its neighbouring nations by which about 90 well being specialists and scientists participated.
“We propose to expand these programmes to include other interested countries,” he mentioned at an internet media briefing.
“As introduced by Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) in his speech to the UN General Assembly final month, India’s vaccine manufacturing and supply capability shall be used to assist all humanity in preventing the Covid-19 pandemic,” Srivastava mentioned.
India can even assist all nations in enhancing their chilly chain and storage capacities for the supply of vaccines, he mentioned.
From October 17, a delegation of the involved departments visited Bangladesh and had fruitful discussions with their Bangladeshi counterparts on the present stage of vaccine growth in India and modalities of scientific trials in Bangladesh, Srivastava identified.
The involved officers of the 2 sides have had a digital interplay on Myanmar’s curiosity in cooperation on Covid-19 vaccines, he mentioned.
“As the situation with respect to vaccine development evolves, the sides will discuss and decide on modalities of cooperation,” he mentioned.
“In due course, depending on the trials in India, we propose to expand our cooperation with other countries also in clinical trials and capacity building for vaccine development, production and delivery,” he mentioned.