The Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, reported that this February 14, 870,000 AstraZeneca vaccines arrived in Mexico that were produced in India as part of the agreement signed with the laboratory to obtain the antidote against COVID-19.
870 thousand AstraZeneca vaccines produced by Serum Institute in India arrived. We especially appreciate the support of the Government of India for the facilities provided to make this possible. Our gratitude.
In addition, the Mexican Foreign Minister shared a message in which he thanked the Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs, Subrahmayam Jaishankar, for “his support in these difficult times” and assured that India and Mexico “will always be good friends.”
At dawn this Sunday, February 14, 870 thousand AstraZeneca packaged vaccines arrived in Mexico, from India.
For her part, the Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs, Martha Delgado, shared a video on her Twitter account announcing the arrival of the first doses produced by the Serum Institute. “It is an important day,” she said about it.
In addition, he thanked the Mexican Ambassador to India, Manpreet Vohra.
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