External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar praised America, said – helped a lot in the crisis during the second wave in the country

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

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Referring to the India-US relationship, the External Affairs Minister said, it also showed us what friendship and relations can do around the world. We are currently producing 3 Kovid vaccines in India.

Indo-US (India-us Relation) arrived in the US for a two-plus-two ministerial meeting between External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar (S Jaishankar) Also discussed the corona epidemic. He said, last year in India we had Kovid (Covid-19) The Delta variants faced a very serious wave. During this there was a huge demand for oxygen, respirators and some medicines in the country. Many countries came forward to help but the one country that really stood at the forefront was America. The experience of COVID has been very stressful for all of us.

Referring to the India-US relationship, the External Affairs Minister said, it also showed us what friendship and relations can do around the world. We are producing 3 COVID vaccines in India, which are a direct result of our relationship with the US. The External Affairs Minister further said, the policy makers of both the countries are well aware of the immense change that will come from our educational cooperation. Our National Educational Policy for 2020 also prioritizes international collaboration.

Great achievement told on 2021

Jaishankar said that he considers it a great achievement of 2021 that India can increase production with the help of America. He also praised US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, saying, Blinken really did move the American system and take a better way to get things done.

Let us tell you that External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar addressed the students and scholars and researchers of Harvard University on Tuesday. During this, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken also addressed the students with him. Here he spoke on the topic ‘US-India Higher Education Discussion’. The event is being seen as an opportunity to form a ‘Working Group on Education and Skill Training’ between the two countries. While interacting with the students of Howard University in Washington, Jaishankar recalled how the experience of COVID has been stressful for all countries.

Addressed students at Harvard University

Jaishankar said in the presence of Blinken that we become natural partners only when our people have a strong sense of connectedness. Jaishankar said that ‘Howard University is not just part of our shared past. It is also a part of the future that awaits us. We believe that a big role in our future will be played by the relations between the two countries. There has been a lot of positive change in the relations between the two countries in the last two decades.

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