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India sends 5 lakh doses of Covaxin to Afghanistan as humanitarian aid

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India sends out 5 lakh dosages of Covaxin to Afghanistan as altruistic help

India on Saturday sent out the 2nd tranche of altruistic aid to Afghanistan considering that the Taliban takeover in August of last year. This tranche consisted of 5 lakh dosages of Bharat Biotech’s Covid-19 stab – Covaxin.The altruistic

aid was flown to Kabul by a flight of Iran’s Mahan air.Spokesperson for the Ministry of External Matters(

MEA), Arindam Bagchi, claimed in a tweet that the Covid-19 injections were turned over to the Indira Gandhi Medical Facility in Kabul.READ: Choice to run away Kabul made in ‘mins’,

states previous Covering president Ghani Afghanistan’s agent to India, Farid Mamundzay, said in a tweet:”One more set of additional 500,000 dosages would certainly be provided in coming weeks. Thank you India for offering Afghan people life saving present on the first day of 2022! I hope this year would certainly be serene & thriving for all Afghans.”” One more batch of added 500,000 doses would certainly be provided & in coming weeks,”

stated a press declaration by the MEA.Today, India provided the next set of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, being composed of 500,000 dosages of COVID injection(COVAXIN). These were turned over to the Indira Gandhi Hospital in Kabul. News release https://t.co/Ti7L1BdewJ pic.twitter.com/XFpII0I8jC!.?.!— Arindam Bagchi(@MEAIndia)January 1, 2022 In 2015, India announced that it would send out 50,000 tonnes of wheat as well as medications to Afghanistan by road with Pakistan. India and also Pakistan are still in the procedure of finalising the methods for transportation.India, in December 2021, provided 1.6 tonnes of clinical support

to Afghanistan via the World Wellness Company(WHO). On November 10, India organized a regional dialogue on Afghanistan that was attended by the National Safety And Security Advisors of Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and also Uzbekistan.Like numerous various other nations, India too is yet to identify the Taliban as the brand-new federal government in Afghanistan.Published at Sat, 01

Jan 2022 10:03:28 -0500

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