I got Indian Covid Vaccine: Boris Johnson
During the India-UK joint address, Prime Minister Johnson stressed on the India-UK vaccine partnership and said he has an 'Indian jab' in his arm.
Insight Bureau: In his first visit to New Delhi as Prime Minister of UK, Boris Johnson praised India’s COVID vaccination drive.
During the India-UK joint address, Prime Minister Johnson stressed on the India-UK vaccine partnership and said he has an ‘Indian jab’ in his arm.
Key Points of India-Uk joint address:
➡️ India has vaccinated more than a billion people, including me, said British Prime Minister
➡️ British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed India for being the world’s pharmacy
➡️ Britain and India have agreed to extend partnership as science superpowers and build collaboration between Oxford AstraZeneca and the Serum Institute of India, which vaccinated more than a billion people globally against COVID.
➡️ PM Narendra Modi and his British counterpart Boris Johnson agreed on a new India-UK defence partnership and vowed to seal an ambitious free trade agreement by the end of the year.
➡️ On the Ukraine crisis, Modi stressed an immediate ceasefire and resolution of the problem through dialogue and diplomacy.
➡️ Talking about the Indo-Pacific, PM Modi emphasised on maintaining free, open, inclusive and rules-based order in the region.
➡️ British prime minister Both the Countries announced new measures to make it easier to export UK-made medical devices to India.
➡️ Two Prime Ministers also discussed new cooperation on clean and renewable energy.