India’s carbon diplomacy is being discussed everywhere. Many countries have praised it. Now top UN officials and diplomats in Kabul have praised India’s move to give Kovid-19 vaccines to Afghanistan. With this, the vaccination campaign has started in Afghanistan on the war-torn.
Deborah Lyons, UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutaras’ Special Representative in Afghanistan and Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNMA), told the UN Security Council on Tuesday that it looks like the second wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic in Afghanistan is beginning. Has been. We have to be alert to a possible third wave. Vaccination has now begun and thanks to donations from the Government of India and support from the Kovacs service.
Afghanistan’s Permanent Representative and Ambassador to the United Nations Abdella Raj also thanked India in the Security Council for providing the Kovid-19 vaccine.
9,68,000 doses of Kovid-19 vaccine manufactured in India have been supplied. Out of this, five lakh doses have been supplied as grants. At the same time, India has also sent 75 thousand metric tons of wheat to Afghanistan via Chabahar port as humanitarian aid.