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PM Modi visits Russia, attends BRICS & SCO Summits
PM Modi stresses on the need for stronger economic integration among BRICS Nations
PM proposes for a BRICS Agriculture Research Centre to be set up
India becomes a permanent member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
Shri Modi holds meetings with various leaders on the sidelines of BRICS & SCO Summits

Starting 8th of July, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a visit to Russia to participate in the 7th BRICS Summit and SCO Summit in Ufa. In a post on facebook, Prime Minister Modi said, “The Summit last year was productive and I am sure we will build on the ground covered during the last Summit. I expect positive outcomes in economic cooperation and cultural ties among the BRICS nations.”

Adding further, the Prime Minister stated, “India attaches high importance to BRICS. It is a great forum that can contribute effectively to mitigate global challenges. BRICS also has a very crucial role to play in further world peace and security and ensuring we leave behind a better planet for our future generations.”

I will join the 7th BRICS Summit & SCO Summit in Ufa, Russia. In the past one year I have had the opportunity to meet...

Posted by Narendra Modi on Saturday, July 4, 2015

At the BRICS Summit, addressing the BRICS Business Council, PM Narendra Modi stressed on the need for a stronger economic integration among the BRICS Nations. Prime Minister Modi held wide-ranging talks with other BRICS leaders and discussed upon ways to enhance cooperation and mitigate global challenges.

The #BRICS family. Our discussions have been wide-ranging & very comprehensive.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Speaking at the Plenary Session of the BRICS Summit, Prime Minister Modi complemented BRICS Nations for their active support and participation during International Day of Yoga on 21st June. He stressed on combating terrorism collectively. Talking about climate change, Shri Modi said that it was one of the foremost global challenges. He called for focussing on renewable energy. PM also proposed for a BRICS Agriculture Research Centre to be set up.

Adding further, Shri Modi noted BRICS to be an important pillar of hope in the World filled with political security and economic challenges. He said that BRICS not only stood for the Nations it represented but for welfare of the entire World. Prime Minister also expressed that the Economic Cooperation Strategy being adopted was a milestone step as it included a number of social initiatives in BRICS evolution.

Heard the insightful views of President Putin, President Xi Jinping, President Zuma & President Dilma Rousseff at #BRICS...

Posted by Narendra Modi on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Eurasian leaders were also present at the meeting between BRICS and SCO leaders. Prime Minister Modi said that Eurasia was filled with great energy and dynamism. He said the Eurasian region had the potential to become a leading economic corridor and trade route of the world. PM Modi also complemented South African President Jacob Zuma for starting the 'Regional Outreach' at BRICS.

Key agreements and MoUs were also signed.

It was for the first time in history that an Indian Prime Minister attended the SCO Heads of State Council Plenary Session in preparation for joining as member state. Speaking at the occasion, Prime Minister Modi expressed his part of content for acknowledging India as a permanent member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured India’s full cooperation to the SCO. He said that India, in the times to come, would deepen its engagement in human resource development, information communication and technology, pharmaceuticals and health, banking and capital markets, MSMEs, and food sectors.

PM Narendra Modi’s meetings on the sidelines of BRICS and SCO Summits:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held extensive meetings with other BRICS leaders. Shri Modi met with President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff and South African President Jacob Zuma.

Talked India-Russia ties & global issues with President Putin. Our meeting was very fruitful.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Great meeting President Xi Jinping again. Our talks were comprehensive & a lot of topics came up for discussion.非常高兴再次与习近平主席会见。我们进行了全面的讨论,讨论了很多议题。

Posted by Narendra Modi on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Had a great meeting with President Dilma Rousseff. We are very optimistic about the potential of strong India-Brazil ties.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Thursday, July 9, 2015

President Zuma & I had a wonderful meeting. Discussions were centred around strengthening India-South Africa ties.

Posted by Narendra Modi on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Shri Narendra Modi also held talks with President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, PM of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani.

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PM chairs a comprehensive high level meeting to review the situation relating to Covid-19 & vaccination
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PM briefed about the new Variant of Concern ‘Omicron’ along with its characteristics, impact in various countries & implications for India
Need to be proactive in light of the new variant: PM
Intensive containment and active surveillance should continue in clusters reporting higher cases: PM
People need to more cautious and take proper precautions like masking & social distancing: PM
PM asks officials to review plans for easing of international travel restrictions in light of the emerging new evidence
Need to increase the second dose coverage: PM
States should to be sensitised on the need to ensure that all those who have got the first dose are given the second dose timely: PM

Today morning PM Narendra Modi chaired a comprehensive meeting which lasted for almost 2 hours to review the public health preparedness & vaccination related situation for Covid-19.

PM was briefed about the global trends on Covid-19 infections and cases. Officials highlighted that countries across the world have experienced multiple COVID-19 surges since the onset of the pandemic. PM also reviewed the national situation relating to Covid-19 cases and test positivity rates.

PM was apprised of the progress in vaccination and the efforts being made under the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign. PM directed that there is a need to increase the second dose coverage and that states need to be sensitised on the need to ensure that all those who have got the first dose are given the second dose timely. PM was also given details about the sero-positivity in the country from time to time and its implications in public health response.

Officials briefed PM about the new Variant of Concern ‘Omicron’ along with its characteristics and the impact seen in various countries. Its implications for India were also discussed. PM spoke about the need to be proactive in light of the new variant. PM said that in light of the new threat, people need to more cautious and the need to take proper precautions like masking & social distancing. PM highlighted the need for monitoring all international arrivals, their testing as per guidelines, with a specific focus on countries identified ‘at risk’. PM also asked officials to review plans for easing of international travel restrictions in light of the emerging new evidence.

PM was given an overview of the sequencing efforts in the country and the variants circulating in the country. PM directed that genome sequencing samples be collected from international travellers and community as per norms, tested through the network of labs already established under INSACOG and early warning signal identified for Covid-19 management. PM spoke about the need to increase the sequencing efforts and make it more broad-based.

He also directed officials to work closely with state governments to ensure that there is proper awareness at the state and district level. He directed that intensive containment and active surveillance should continue in clusters reporting higher cases and required technical support be provided to states which are reporting higher cases presently. PM also asked that awareness needs to be created about ventilation and air-borne behaviour of the virus.

Officials briefed PM that they are following a facilitative approach to newer pharmaceutical products. PM instructed officials to coordinate with states to ensure that there is adequate buffer stocks of various medicines. He asked officials to work with the states to review the functioning of medical infrastructure including pediatric facilities.

PM asked officials to co-ordinate with states to endure proper functioning of PSA oxygen plants & ventilators.

The meeting was attended by Shri. Rajiv Gauba, Cabinet Secretary, Dr. V.K.Paul, Member (Health), NITI Aayog, Shri. A.K.Bhalla, Home Secretary, Shri. Rajesh Bhushan, Secretary (MoHFW), Secretary (Pharmaceuticals); Dr. Rajesh Gokhale, Secretary (Biotechnology); Dr. Balram Bhargava, DG ICMR; Shri. Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary (AYUSH); Shri Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary (Urban Development); Sh. R.S. Sharma CEO NHA; Prof. K. Vijay Raghavan (Principal Scientific Advisor to Govt. of India) along with other senior officials.