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Narendra Modi: India has provided medical assistance to over 150 countries

Narendra Modi: India has provided medical assistance to over 150 countries
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a video presentation at a meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Participants discussed multilateralism in the aftermath of COVID-19.

The prime minister reiterated India's call to reform multilateralism in the post-COVID-19 world to reflect the realities of the modern world. Narendra Modi recalled India's long-standing ties with ECOSOC and UN activities. He noted that the motto of India's development "Universal support, universal development, universal trust" echoes the basic principle of the UN Sustainable Development Goals - "Leave no one behind."

“India has always reacted quickly and showed solidarity. In our joint fight against COVID, we have provided medical and other assistance to over 150 countries. We also helped establish a SAARC Emergency Fund for COVID in our area, ”said Narendra Modi.

The Prime Minister noted that India's success in improving the socio-economic performance of the country's vast population has a significant impact on the global SDG goals. He also noted India's commitment to support other developing countries.

Narendra Modi highlighted India's development efforts, including expanding access to sanitation through a mission to clean up India, empowering women, making financial services more affordable, expanding access to housing and health services through flagship programs ...

The Prime Minister also emphasized that India pays great attention to environmental sustainability and biodiversity conservation, and recalled India's leading role in the creation of the International Solar Alliance and the Coalition to Protect Against Natural Disasters.

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