By Reena Bhardwaj Washington DC [US], May 27 (ANI): Foreign Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar met with business leaders in Washington on Thursday as part of his five-day visit to the United States, the first official trip since that President Joe Biden took office in January.
U.S. business leaders highlighted their continued support to help COVID-19 relief efforts in India, access to vaccines and other ways to build health infrastructure together.
“Productive meeting with EAM @DrSJaishankar, GlobalTaskForce members, @USChamber and @USIBC leadership. Minister Jaishankar was briefed on continued body support to help COVID-19 relief efforts in India, access to vaccines and other ways to build health infrastructure together “. , the US-India Business Council, a business promotion group, tweeted by posting the business roundtable behind closed doors.
Jaishankar addressed the roundtable with some of the most important business leaders, who also included CEOs of various pharmaceutical and vaccine companies. American companies informed him about access to the vaccine and other ways to build health infrastructure together.
In recent weeks, both groups of the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) and the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) have formed a “Global Working Group on the response to pandemics ”together with the United States Chamber of Commerce to work on various aspects of pandemic relief.
Coronavirus relief includes the supply of 1,000 ventilators required by Indian hospitals, 25,000 oxygen concentrators and the coordination of human and executive executives from India and the United States for the effort. (ANI)