St. Lucia, on behalf of CARICOM group of nations expressed appreciation and thanked India and South Africa for vaccine supplies to them
A bunch of African, Caribbean, and Pacific international locations have supported India for supplying COVID-19 vaccines to completely different creating and least developed nations.
During a dialogue at the WTO (World Trade Organisation), a gaggle of Latin American member states together with Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama and Paraguay have additionally expressed their issues on the export restrictions imposed by European Union on COVID-19 vaccines and their commerce distorting influence.
St. Lucia, on behalf of CARICOM group of nations expressed appreciation and thanked India and South Africa for vaccine supplies to them.
CARICOM is a grouping of Caribbean international locations that features Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Belize, Guyana, Jamaica, Haiti, and Saint Lucia.
“We thank the Government of India and South Africa as well as the African Union for their generosity and solidarity at this time. The Government of India, through the generosity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has donated an initial instalment of 1,70,000 vaccines to Barbados and Dominica through bilateral arrangements,” St. Lucia has stated including that India has dispatched a further 1,75,000 vaccines to 5 CARICOM member states.
Similarly, in its intervention, Jamaica, on behalf of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) Group of nations, additionally thanked Indian efforts in delivering vaccine supplies to creating and least-developed international locations (LDCs).
Jamaica has stated, “There is absolutely no place for vaccine nationalism in this crisis, as no member is spared the impact of the virus until all members are able to contain its spread. Therefore, we recognize the efforts of countries such as India and South Africa that have arranged delivery of vaccines to many developing countries and LDCs.”