Goyal said, “We have been exporting in the past, we continue to export and we have offered to all the countries in the world that we will be willing to supply as many vaccines as other countries would require to ensure equitable availability at affordable prices for vaccines for all the countries in the world.”
He also said that next year, India plans to produce 5 billion doses of the vaccines. He said, “...we hope to contribute to making the world a safer place to live in particularly when we are grappling with this once in a century.... COVID pandemic.”
India is celebrating 75 years of independence with “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” and will also be taking the G20 presidency in 2023.
Goyal said, “In both these important elements, we hope to promote partnerships, camaraderie amongst nations, fair trade and democratic institutions.” Further, he also said that India is will be increasing its non-fossil energy capacity to 500 gigawatts by 2030, and meeting 50% of energy requirement from the renewable energy.