Japan is helping India to meet the oxygen shortage.
India helped the entire world in fighting the Corona epidemic last year. The country has played its role as a responsible country to fight against this deadly disease by providing vaccines and medicines to the world. But this time, India has fallen into chaos by the second wave of Covid-19.
This time, the whole world has come to support India in this time of danger. On this occasion, Japan has come forward to address the lack of oxygen in the country.
In an interview with ANI, Satoshi Suzuki, Japan’s ambassador to India, said: “Japan is on India’s side in this crisis. We have started the process of providing India with 300 oxygen generators and 300 ventilators.” According to international relations analysts, India’s role in fighting the Crown epidemic is critical. India is the world’s largest producer of vaccines.
Japan stands with India in her greatest time of need. We have decide to proceed with the procedure to provide 300 oxygen generators & 300 ventilators: Satoshi Suzuki, Ambassador of Japan to India
— ANI (@ANI) April 30, 2021
Our infrastructure is essential for the manufacture of medicines and vaccines. And, if necessary, New Delhi has provided vaccines and drugs all over the world. The United States, France, Russia, and other countries of the world have presented themselves to the danger of India.
India’s relations with Japan, in particular, are excellent. So it was pretty confident that Tokyo would be next to the friend in distress.
Meanwhile, a cargo plane arrived in India on Friday from the United States with the necessary equipment for the corona treatment. The US embassy in India said: “The two countries have a 60-year relationship. The United States is on the side of India in the fight against Corona.”
By the way, Russia has also sided with India in the Corona crisis. The two planes arrived at the Delhi airport on Thursday morning with medical equipment from Moscow. Russia is providing everything from oxygen concentrators to ventilators and Covid equipment.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin last Wednesday.
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