Colombian Vice President arrives in New Delhi for bilateral talks

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After one of the most successful vaccination programs in the world, India is now ready to provide the coronavirus vaccines to Colombia. After the vaccine diplomacy with Brazil earlier, this latest move is expected to further strengthen India’s ties with Latin America.

New Delhi: After one of the most successful vaccination programs in the world, India is now ready to provide the coronavirus vaccines to Colombia.

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After the vaccine diplomacy with Brazil earlier, this latest move is expected to further strengthen India’s ties with Latin America.

Colombian Vice President and Foreign Minister Marta Lucia Ramírez arrived in New Delhi today to hold bilateral discussions.

The Ministry of External Affairs tweeted, “Colombian Vice President and Foreign Minister Marta Lucía Ramírez arrived in Delhi together with a business delegation for a comprehensive program covering all aspects of bilateral relations. Special focus on Science & Technology, Vaccine Development and Biotechnology ”

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“We arrived in India to seal an important alliance that will allow us to produce vaccines in Colombia, thanks to the mission we have @MinSaludCol, @MincienciasCo, @PROCOLOMBIACO, @ANDI_Colombia, @IndiaEmbCol, @vaxthera, With @UNALOficial, @UdeA, @icesi, @GrupoProcaps and @AlteaFarma,” Ramirez tweeted.

Both countries have signed alliances with pharmaceutical laboratories to produce COVID-19 vaccines and to continue our exploration and use of space.

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“#BuenasNoticias On #MisionAIndia, @MinSaludCol and @MincienciasCo have signed alliances with pharmaceutical laboratories, research centers and #AgenciaEspacialIndia to ensure cooperation between Colombia and India, and thereby produce vaccines and spaceflight. Let’s continue our exploration and use.” Colombia’s Vice President tweeted.

First published:October 1, 2021, 9:59 am

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