International News

Report : India Seeks Funds From Quad To Match China’s Vaccine Push

New Delhi:  March 08, 2021 India has urged the United States, Japan and Australia to invest in its vaccine production capacity, a government source told  as the so-called Quad alliance tries to counter China’s growing vaccine diplomacy. Beijing has committed to provide at least 463 million doses of its home-made COVID-19 vaccines through exports and donations across the world from Asia to Africa, Europe and Latin America. Two senior Indian officials said the Quad alliance, grouping the United States, Japan, Australia and India, was stepping up efforts to expand global vaccination to counter China’s growing soft power. India, the world’s biggest vaccine maker, believes it is best placed to steer the effort, they added.

 

Related posts

Over 20 people hospitalized after explosion in Sweden’s Gothenburg

thesikh

US Cancer Patient Carried Coronavirus For 105 Days With No Symptoms: Study

thesikh

“Next Four To Six Months Could Be Worst Of Pandemic,” – Bill Gates

thesikh

In Pangong India, China Agree On 3-Step Disengagement Plan

thesikh

Kamala Harris’ First Remarks As US Vice President

thesikh

Rahul Dravid never asked me to curb my natural game: Prithvi Shaw

thesikh

Leave a Comment