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India has approved the export of hydroxychloroquine to the US battling the COVID-19 pandemic amid the havoc of the Coronavirus.

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India has approved the export of hydroxychloroquine to the US battling the COVID-19 pandemic amid the havoc of the Coronavirus. After the approval of hydroxychloroquine from India, US President Donald Trump's tone was changed and he praised India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Trump said that the US will never forget this help after India gave hydroxychloroquine, a Malaria drug believed to be effective in treating corona. He thanked India, the people of India and PM Modi for this.

As per the news agency ANI, 'Donald Trump said that I want to thank Prime Minister Modi for allowing us to have what we requested...He was terrific, we will remember it. He is big-hearted. We will always remember this help. '

   

He further said that, extraordinary times require even closer cooperation between friends. Thank you, India&Indian people, for a decision on Hydroxychloroquine. Will not be forgotten! Thank you PM Modi for your strong leadership in helping not just India,but humanity, in this fight!: US Pres Donald Trump.

Will retaliate for not supplying medicine

Earlier, US President Donald Trump had addressed the media and said that if India does not supply hydroxychloroquine medicine, then we will retaliate. Hydroxychloroquine is the drug for malaria, of which India has been a major exporter. US President Donald Trump said that in this regard I spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday morning and he has approved the supply of our hydroxychloroquine drug, which we appreciate. He further said that even if he does not supply the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine, it does not matter. But we will retaliate on this. After all, why won't we answer this?

What did India answer?

In fact, on the request of US President Donald Trump to supply hydroxychloroquine drug orders in the Corona crisis, India said that being a responsible country, we will help as much as we can. India has told the US that we will supply the Coronavirus patients and health care agents of hydroxychloroquine only after we have protected our 1.30 billion populations from the coronavirus epidemic. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) banned the export of this drug on 25 March.




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