G7 Health Ministers’ Meeting | G7: Meeting of Health Ministers in Nagasaki, Japan, Mansukh Mandaviya was present on behalf of India

PHOTO- ANI New Delhi: A meeting of health ministers is going on in Nagasaki, Japan. India has also been invited to the G7 Health Ministers’ meeting. Member countries and invited countries have been given the opportunity to discuss health issues including universal health coverage, medical countermeasures availability, digital health and global health infrastructure. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya tweeted that addressed the inaugural session of the G7 Health Ministers’ meeting in Nagasaki. India’s G20 Presidency health priorities and G7 health agenda are perfectly aligned. We have prioritized health emergency preparedness, access to medical interventions and digital health to achieve UHC. “Addressed inaugural session of the G7 Health Ministers’ Meeting in Nagasaki. India’s G20 Presidency Health Priorities & G7 health agendas are perfectly aligned. We have prioritized Health Emergency Preparedness, Access to Medical Countermeasures & Digital Health to achieve UHC,”… pic.twitter .com/W4yucw6Qqa — ANI (@ANI) May 13, 2023 Earlier, the group’s finance ministers on Saturday pledged aid to Ukraine and committed sanctions on Russia. The three-day talks of finance ministers and central bank chiefs of the G7 group have come to an end in Niigata, Japan. Also read The group issued a statement promising to contain inflation and provide help to those most affected by rising prices. They also pledged to cooperate in building more stable, diversified supply chains for the development of clean energy sources, and to “enhance economic resilience globally to address a range of challenges”.

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