US State Department spokeswoman state this over India’s request on vaccine raw materials

On Friday, US State Department spokeswoman Jalina Porter statement been great support for India in this tough Corona pandemic time. During a press briefing she said that US will work closely with India to provide all essential supplies during COVID-19 surge. Let us share here that India's request regarding US position on the embargo on lifting of raw materials for the vaccine, she said, "We have continued to work closely with India to facilitate the movement of essential supplies and also address the bottlenecks of their supply chains. But we'll also continue to collaborate with our partners in India to battle this at the highest level."

In a media interaction she also said that "We don't have any specific update to raw materials, but we'll just reiterate that we understand that the COVID situation in India remains a global concern," . US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar regarding the lethal second COVID-19 wave in India. Earlier, India and South Africa had proposed to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to temporarily lift certain intellectual property barriers and allow countries to locally manufacture COVID-19 diagnostics and vaccines.

However, here it is needed to mention that the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) waiver proposed by India and South Africa in October 2020 would temporarily lift certain intellectual property barriers and allow countries to locally manufacture COVID-19 diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines.

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