Kevin Pietersen praises PM Narendra Modi: Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen praises Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media
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Kevin Pietersen praises PM Narendra Modi: Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media. Peterson was pleased to see India’s assistance and commitment to African countries in the midst of the Kovid-19 crisis. He hailed India as the most wonderful country. All sectors were shaken by the corona epidemic. The emergence of a new corona variant in South Africa at a time when the whole world is now returning to normal after 18 months of crisis has once again led to concern. The World Health Organization (WHO) has named the variant in South Africa the ‘Omicron’ virus. The world is panicking with warnings that Kovid-19 will spread rapidly with this new variant. Many countries are already imposing tough travel restrictions as the Omikran threat looms.
With the first case of ‘Omicron’ being reported in South Africa, many countries have been hit hard by the imposition of travel bans and other sanctions. However, Peterson tweeted that he was happy that India had stepped forward to help the African continent. The Prime Minister retweeted the statement made by India and praised Modi. Peterson retweeted a tweet about India’s assistance to countries in Africa at risk of ‘Omicron’. On this occasion, Peterson tweeted, “India has once again shown that caring spirit. That is why it has become the most wonderful country with so many heartfelt people. Thanks to Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” Peterson tweeted.
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– Kevin Pietersen🦏 (KP24) November 29, 2021
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Monday announced that it will supply ‘Made-in-India’ vaccines to African countries. “The Government of India is ready to supply Made-in-India Vaccines to African countries suffering from the Omicron variant. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement that the supply would be made through the WHO Kovacs program or bilaterally.