India sends corona vaccine to Afghanistan, UN praises

Geneva: Afghanistan has praised India's move to provide an anti-corona vaccine amid the crisis of coronavirus that has wreaked havoc all over the world. In fact, at the same time, top officials of the United Nations and Kabul diplomats praised India for accompanying Afghanistan in a difficult moment. With the vaccine being received, a vaccination campaign has begun to prevent the deadly virus in war-torn Afghanistan.

Un Secretary-General Antonio Guterres special representative in Afghanistan and the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNMA) chief Debora Lions said in the UN Security Council (UNSC) on Tuesday that the second wave of the corona epidemic in Afghanistan seems to have started. Addressing the Security Council meeting on Afghanistan, he said, "We have to be alert to the possible third wave.''

Afghanistan said, vaccination has now begun and thanks for the donations given by the Government of India and the cooperation from the covex service. The vaccination campaign is going ahead and we have to ensure that it reaches the priority group all over the country. Afghanistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Ambassador Abdela Raj also thanked India for providing the corona vaccine.

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