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The Minister of Foreign Affairs (EAM) Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on a three-day visit to Kuwait via a transit flight in Doha on Wednesday morning to further consolidate bilateral relations and thank the two countries for supporting India to West India as logistical support during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kuwait provided oxygen cylinders and other medical equipment, while Qatar was a new logistics and transportation hub in western India.
A hub for supplying liquid medical oxygen. EAM will carry a personal letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Sheikh Nawaf Ahmed Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait, as well as his colleague Sheikh Ahmed Nasser. Mohamed Sabah met to deepen energy ties.
Trade, investment, labor and information technology sectors. Although the Indian Minister will take a Qatar Airways flight via Doha, so far, the itinerary has been arranged at the airport under Qatar's leadership. During the second wave of pandemics in India, Kuwait had a strong Indian community of nearly 1 million.
At the time of crisis, it supplied India with 5,267 oxygen cylinders, 450 metric tons of liquid medical oxygen, 66 oxygen generators, 11 ventilators, and medicines, Other items such as oximeters, masks and gloves. All medical support from Kuwait arrived in India from May 4 to June 8.
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