Minister of external affair jaishankar
Declining to enjoy 'political politics', Indian External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaisahankar would not react to Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi's analysis of India's 'vaccine diplomacy' during his visit to the USA.
While tending to the media after his gathering with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday, Dr Jaisahankar was approached to remark on Oppositions', particularly Rahul Gandhi's, analysis of 'vaccine diplomacy'.
In reply, the Minister said, "This is an American visit; this is a serious thing which we are discussing. I'm not here to exchange political politics. I don't do that when I leave the country, and I expect other people to understand."
Recently, the Congress chief had hammered the External Affairs Minister for doing 'vaccine diplomacy' and said that by not inoculating the most extreme number of individuals in the country, the public authority is giving space for the Coronavirus to transform.
Looking at bringing in US FDA-endorsed vaccines to India, the Minister said there was a conversation about the potential outcomes and the two India, and the US have shown an eagerness to the possibility.
"I think President Biden himself had said this that the United States would be willing to send out a certain number of vaccines. We have also indicated a willingness to import vaccines that have been cleared by the US FDA. There was a discussion about such possibilities, but this is a decision the administration has to make. So, I presume they will make the decision at the time when they are ready. It's their vaccines, and it's their decision to make," he said.
Source: India tv
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