US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris recalled America’s help by India during the Corona crisis last year. (File)
. US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have assured India of help from the second wave of Kovid. The top leadership of the US tweeted that it will supply health care facilities to help in dealing with the coronovirus crisis. Biden said in a tweet, “Just as India helped the United States in times of need, similarly we are determined to help India in times of need.” In response to the US President’s official Twitter handle on the US NSA’s tweet, it said – ‘The way India helped during the initial phase of the epidemic during the pressure on our hospitals. In the same way, we are determined to help India in times of need. Along with this, American Vice President Kamala Harris also tweeted in this context. Harris wrote, “In addition to helping, we also pray for the citizens of India and for the courageous health workers.” This is the first response from the top US leadership after the second wave of the Corona epidemic in India. Deputy Foreign Minister Wendy Sharman said that she has been in touch with Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla and India’s Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu on this issue in recent times. Decision after conversation with Ajit Doval
Earlier on Sunday, the White House said that under the leadership of US President Joe Biden, the US administration provided emergency aid to India in the fight against the Kovid-19 pandemic, as well as to provide immediate raw materials to the Indian manufacturer of Kovishield vaccines. Night is working The decision has been taken by the US after a phone conversation between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval.
After talks by both national security advisors, White House National Security Council spokeswoman Emily Horne said, “The way India sent aid to the United States when our hospitals were struggling with the initial phase of the epidemic.” Similarly, America is also committed to assisting India in this time of need. India requested the US to supply raw materials for the production of the Kovishield vaccine.
Horne said that with the help of India’s advance front personnel and Kovid-19 patients, the United States has decided to provide equipment other than test kits, ventilators and PPE kits to India. (With language input)