PM Modi at NAM summit: India like ‘pharmacy of world’, has sent medicines to over 120 nations | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday attended the Non-Aligned Movement digital summit and stated that India’s struggle in opposition to the Covid-19 disaster has proven how democracy, self-discipline and decisiveness can come collectively to create a real folks’s motion.
Addressing the summit, PM Modi stated, “Today, humanity faces its most serious crisis in many decades. At this time, NAM can help promote global solidarity. NAM has often been the world’s moral voice. To retain this role, NAM must remain inclusive.”
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Speaking about India’s lively function in battling the coronavirus disaster, PM Modi stated, “Indian civilization sees whole world as one family. As we care for our own citizens, we’re also extending help to other countries.”
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The Prime Minister stated that India, which is thought to be the “pharmacy of world”, has sent medicines to over 120 nations. “We are active in global efforts to develop remedies & vaccines,” he stated.
“To counter Covid, we have promoted coordination in our speedy neighbourhood and we’re organising on-line coaching to share India’s medical experience with many others,” he added.
In a transparent reference to Pakistan, the Prime Minister stated that there are some on the earth which might be nonetheless busy spreading the “virus of terrorism”
“Even as the world fights Covid, some people are busy spreading some other deadly viruses such as terrorism, fake news and doctored videos to divide communities and countries,” he stated.
(With inputs from businesses)

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