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India Gave Medical Aid To 150 Nations To Fight COVID: PM Modi At ECOSOC

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated on Friday that India has a deep dedication to sustaining international concord, bettering socio-economic fairness, preserving nature’s steadiness, and that India will play its function in full assist of the UN agenda.

Talking on the United Nations Financial and Social Council (ECOSOC), Modi stated that the COVID-19 pandemic has severely examined the resilience of all nations however India has tried to make the combat towards the pandemic a individuals’s motion, by combining the efforts of presidency and civil society.

“Be it earthquakes, cyclones, ebola crisis or any other natural or man-made crisis, India has responded with speed and solidarity. In the joint fight against COVID-19, India has extended medical and other assistance to over 150 countries,” he stated.

“We have an age-old tradition of living in harmony with nature. We launched one of the largest campaigns for cleanliness and discouraged usage of single-use plastic,” stated Modi.

He stated that the nation is attempting to eradicate tuberculosis by 2025 and different growing international locations can be taught from the size and success of India’s growth programmes from the applied sciences and improvements deployed.

Modi stated, “Our motto is ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas, Sabka Vishwas’ – meaning ‘Together, for everyone’s growth, with everyone’s trust’. This resonates with the core SDG principle of leaving no one behind.”

On the Direct Profit Switch, he stated “We have leveraged the power of technology for financial inclusion. This is based on the trinity of a unique identity number, a bank account, and a mobile connection for everyone.”

The Prime Minister stated that by means of home efforts, “we are again playing a salient role in achieving Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals. We are also supporting other developing countries in meeting their Sustainable Development Goals.”

The Prime Minister additionally recalled that India was among the many 50 founding members of the United Nations instantly after the Second World Conflict.

“A lot has changed since then. Today the UN brings together 193 member countries and this year the world will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations,” he stated.

(IANS)

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