Since then, it has been an overwhelming journey for India as they have been gaining a lot of praise around the world. Covishield and Covaxin are the two approved vaccines and the Government of India supplied both the vaccines across the globe.
Vaccine Maitri or Vaccine Friendship is a humanitarian initiative undertaken by the Government of India to provide aid to countries across the world with an aim to help the countries deal with the pandemic in hard times by providing the vaccination. It is being said that these vaccines have been playing the role of Sanjeevini for the World.
Indian Government has always believed in the ideology of Inclusive Growth. The country started with the worldwide distribution on 20 January 2021 and after four days i.e., on 24 January 2021, started with the Vaccination Drive within the country. Following requests from various countries for the supply of Indian-manufactured vaccines, the government had started the supply of Covid vaccine on January 20 to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles.
Vaccine Maitri Initiative has taken the world by storm and is all set to achieve higher milestones in the upcoming times. Bangladesh, Morocco and Brazil are the major recipients of the vaccine.
As of now, more than 65 Million dosages of vaccines have been exported to more than 70 nations and this number is not still, it is growing continuously, and it will continue to grow in this era as we all know that nations need the vaccine. India has hit the jackpot in various fields by developing the vaccine be it diplomatically, internally or externally. India has also gifted 200,000 vaccines to the UN Peacekeeping forces so that the vaccines could be distributed to all the peacekeeping missions.
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“WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO INDIA TO OPEN ITS MARKET”
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INDIA-EU: A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ASSOCIATIONS
India is one of the very few countries that has established diplomatic relationships with Europe since the 1960s. The relationship between these two countries is continuously evolving and transforming for better. Currently, the relationship between India & EU is not fully taken advantage of its full potential.
INDIA-EU BROAD-BASED TRADE AND INVESTMENT AGREEMENT (BTIA)
India and the European Union (EU) are keen to encourage a model of growth with equity, which is socially inclusive and broad-based. Trade and investment continue to be the cornerstone of their multidimensional relationship. Both have a shared belief in the rules-based bilateral and multilateral trading systems and convinced that deepening bilateral trade relations should support, rather than undermine, the multilateral route. Even though bilateral trade and investment have risen dramatically, there are reasons to conclude that current levels are still below potential. Against this backdrop, attempts have been made to revive the India-EU Broad-based Trade and Investment Agreement (BTIA), negotiations that began in 2007 but stalled since 2013 due to divergence of views on crucial issues. If successfully concluded, BTIA has the potential to bring real substance to the India-EU Strategic Partnership.
THE FUTURE OF INDIA-EU FTA
Introduction India and European Union have shared a close affinity and bilateral ties since times immemorial. Being one of the first countries to establish ties with the European Economic Community in 1962, India cherishes its vital partner and believes that the multifaceted relationship that India and EU share holds immense potential for global change.
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RECALIBRATING INDIA-EU COOPERATION IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION
We are witnessing an obvious manifestation of an Indo-Pacific decade as new actors are defining their strategic interests in the region. Moreover, the EU appears to be the latest entrant. Ahead of the 16th India-EU Summit, the EU has finally adopted a strategy on the Indo-Pacific region. While Brussels is keen to foster deeper engagement in the region with “like-minded partners”, it involves a multitude of challenges from a gamut of stakeholders. With the new strategic rollout and the EU entrenching itself as a dynamic pillar in the Indo-Pacific economic, political, and security architecture, one is coerced to ask what this could mean for India. Could it indeed set their relations on the track to realize the full potentials of the strategic partnership? This article while examining the EU’s Indo-Pacific strategy sheds further light on the emerging opportunities for India and the EU to cooperate.
INDIA AND EU: NEXT STEPS IN STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
India and the European Union (EU) endorsed the India-EU Strategic Partnership: A Roadmap to 2025 at the 15th India-European Union Summit on 15th July 2020. Its objective is to have a common roadmap to guide joint action to strengthen the India-EU Strategic Partnership till 2025. This partnership aims to get together the values of democracy that both India and the EU uphold to preserve the rules-based international order. Both India and the EU feel that under this partnership they can contribute towards a safer, cleaner and more stable world which will be drastically different post-Covid-19.
EUROPE: A KEY ALLY FOR INDIA
India-EU both share a relationship dating back to the 1960’s. India’s rise as an economic, military and political power has led to it moving closer to other developed nations. These nations look at India as a South Asian superpower which is not only a market for the West but also one such power to counter the rise of China. This can be seen in 2018, where EU called India a geopolitical pillar in the multipolar world. Also, an important nation to maintain a balance of power in South Asia or Asia as a whole.
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