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South African President calls for equal access to COVID-19 vaccines, lauds collective response of BRICS countries against pandemic
South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday said that BRICS nations' collective response to COVID-19 has demonstrated what can be achieved when partner countries work together. ...
New possibilities are emerging for expanding country's exports: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged the stakeholders in the trade and commerce sector to put all their efforts to take advantage of the new opportunities created by the changes in the global supply chain in the post-Covid global world. ...
COVID-19: WHO committed to address mental health gaps in Europe
Senior health officials from the WHO's European Region on Wednesday conveyed their commitment to addressing the mental health crisis that has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic across the region. ...
Goyal bats for developing world at WTO, says mistakes made on agriculture should not be repeated
Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday strongly pitched for the rights of developing countries at the ministerial meeting of the WTO on the crucial fisheries subsidy negotiations. ...
Modi seeks waiver of vaccine patents at G7 summit
New Delhi, June 13 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday while attending G7 summit virtually, made a strong ... ...
Is France under Macron returning to its "third pole" roots?
New Delhi, June 11: Right when the G7 Summit of the seven wealthiest democratic nations begins in Cornwall in ... ...
BRICS backs India-South Africa's COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver proposal
BRICS on Tuesday extended their support for a temporary global waiver on patent protection for COVID-19 vaccines and also reiterated the need for sharing of vaccine doses, transfer of technology, development of local production capacities and supply ...
TRIPS waiver will facilitate wider access to technologies needed for COVID-19 vaccines production: South Africa
The proposal by South Africa and India for a temporary global waiver on patent protection for COVID-19 vaccines will facilitate wider access to technologies needed to produce vaccines, South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor on Tuesday. ...