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United Nations: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has thanked India for coming forward to provide two lakh Kovid 19 vaccine vaccines free of cost to UN (UN) peacekeeping forces. Addressing a UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar announced that two lakh doses of vaccine would be given to peacekeepers as a reward. On behalf of Guterres, his spokesman Stephen Dujarric thanked India for the decision. There are currently 94,484 UN peacekeepers from 121 countries. The vaccine given by India in two doses is adequate for them.

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