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Embassy of India in Ukraine, in association with ‘Ananta Medicare’ India organized a seminar on ‘AYURVEDA’ on 28 March, 2018 in Kyiv to project the scope and strength of Ayurveda in Ukraine. The seminar was attended by around 300 persons including government dignitaries, Ayurvedic Centres in Ukraine, health professionals dealing in Ayurveda, companies dealing in Ayurveda products, people interested in Ayurveda and two senior level Ayurveda Experts from ‘AYUSH’ India. The seminar was inaugurated by H.E. Ambassador Manoj K. Bharti.

Ambassador Manoj Bharti, in his address, highlighted the holistic healthcare approach of Ayurveda and the range of Ayurveda therapies effective for common chronic diseases and for preventive & promotive healthcare. Ambassador added “Ayurveda is an ancient, time tested Indian System of Medicine and Healthcare with documented history of use for 3000 years emphasizes on maintaining equilibrium at physical, physiological, psychological, spiritual, and social aspects of an individual”. Ambassador Bharti emphasized on popularizing and including Ayurveda in the education system in Ukraine. He called upon local authorities to recognize Aurvedic medical system in the healthcare system of Ukraine and allow import of Ayurvedic medicines into Ukraine.

Miss Olga Bogomolets, Chairperson of the committee for health in Verkhovna Rada, while addressing the gathering, spoke high of ancient Indian system of medicine Ayurveda. She expressed willingness to work together with India in the field of natural and alternate medicines. She also appreciated the humanitarian assistance given by the Government of India to Ukraine in the form of serums.

Visiting Ayurveda experts from ‘AYUSH’ India in their presentations at the event discussed the possibilities of bilateral cooperation for the promotion of Ayurveda trade, educational courses and profession in Ukraine. They informed that the manufacturing companies of Ayurvedic medicines are regulated in India under the provisions of Drugs & Cosmetics Act, and GMP is mandatory. Some of the Indian companies have also acquired WHO-GMP Certification and are exporting Ayurvedic products to many countries.

The seminar concluded with Q&A session and was widely attended by local print and electronic media.

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