No third party involved in India sending vaccines to Paraguay: MEA

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The Ministry of External Affairs connected Thursday dismissed media reports quoting Taiwan overseas curate Joseph Wu that Taipei's involution led to Paraguay getting vaccines from India. 

New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) connected Thursday (April 8) dismissed media reports quoting Taiwan overseas curate Joseph Wu that Taipei's involution led to Paraguay getting vaccines from India. 

In effect to a question, the MEA spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi, said, "I would similar to corroborate that nary 3rd enactment was progressive in" New Delhi sending vaccines to the southbound American country. 

India connected the 26th of March sent 1 lakh doses of India-made COVID vaccines to the South American country. This came successful the backdrop of a petition from Paraguay during a telephonic speech betwixt its overseas curate and India's External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar. Earlier this year, India announced that it volition unfastened its embassy successful the country. 

Media reports quoting Taiwan's overseas curate said that its involution and moving unneurotic with "like-minded countries" led to Paraguay getting vaccines. 

Paraguay has ties with Taiwan and doesn't admit the People's Republic of China. It is the largest country, successful presumption of size to admit Taiwan. Taipei, keen to assistance its state reached retired to New Delhi, the overseas curate indicated. 

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