“I hope FICCI members will be able to achieve phlegm from the changes that arise in Africa and use it, become the first drive and take advantage of the Continental Free Trade Agreement,” Rahul Chhabra – Secretary (Economic Relations) at the External Ministry said.
Covid vaccine equipment from India has landed at least six African countries and millions of doses carried out for UN health workers and peacekeepers with the basis of grants, the top official said on Monday.
Overcoming virtual events ‘named Africa’ organized by the FICCI Industrial Agency, Rahul Chhabra – Secretary (economic relations) at the External Ministry – also urged Indian companies to take advantage of the advantage delivered by the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AFCFTA) Starting January 1 this year.
He said the agreement provided opportunities for Indian companies.
“I hope FICCI members can reach the enormity of the changes that occur in Africa and use it, be the first drive and take advantage of this African Continental Free Trade Agreement,” he said.
AFCFTA aims to build a free trade regime across the continent.
Chhabra also said that vaccine equipment had come out and at least six African countries had accepted it, including Seychelles, Mauritius, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt and South Africa.
According to him, India worked with its partner’s countries and vaccine equipment began to slide, adding that process downsizing and awaits approval from partner countries causing a few days.
“We only streamline the process and await approval from our partner countries,” he said, adding that the government did not want a situation where after vaccine land, the countries did not have a storage facility, there was a lack of agreement and had a lack of agreement and had no Their vaccination center and operational.