Enhancing international cooperation wanted to successfully deal with Covid-19: Prez

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Enhancing international cooperation wanted to successfully deal with Covid-19: Prez
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Asserting that India was on the forefront of the continuing international efforts to defeat the coronavirus, President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday stated enhancing international cooperation to successfully deal with the pandemic was the necessity of the hour.
At a ceremony throughout which Kovind accepted credentials from heads of mission from New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Uzbekistan, he stated that India has deep-rooted ties with all of the three nations and was privileged to share with them a standard outlook on key international points.

The president noted that enhancing international cooperation was the necessity of the hour to successfully deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, in accordance to a Rashtrapati Bhavan assertion.
“In this context, he said that India was in the forefront of ongoing international efforts to defeat the pandemic,” it said.
Expressing happiness over the sparkling state of relations with the three nations, President Kovind emphasised that as a member of the UN Security Council for the time period 2021-22, India seemed ahead to working with the international group to strengthen international peace and prosperity.
“This was the second time that credentials presentation in Rashtrapati Bhavan take placed by way of video-conference in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic,” the assertion stated.
The president had in May this yr obtained the credentials from the envoys of seven nations by way of video-conference.
David Pine, the High Commissioner of New Zealand, Sir Philip Barton, the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom, and Akhatov Dilshod Khamidovich, the Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan offered their credentials to the president throughout Wednesday’s ceremony.
Kovind conveyed his warmest wishes to the envoys on their appointment.


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