Addressing the World Economic Forum’s online Davos Agenda 2022 summit, Modi said India is committed to being a reliable partner in the global supply chain and is saving countless lives by sending medicines and Covid vaccines to several countries.

Modi also expressed confidence that the global economy will rebound. The Indian Prime Minister said this at a time when the world economy is facing a major crisis over the spread of Covid-19, which has infected over

2.3 million people worldwide, killed over 120,000 and rendered over & 3.9 million jobless. He said India has sent its first batch of Covid-19 vaccines to Germany.

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“I’m optimistic about the future of the world economy,” he said. “We will bounce back from this crisis.” Modi added: “India will continue to be an economic powerhouse and the largest provider of skilled labor in the world.”

Modi, who was in Davos for the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) online summit ‘Agenda 2022’, said India is committed to being a reliable partner in the global supply chain, and is saving countless lives by sending medicines and Covid vaccines to several countries.

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