Japan to offer a helping hand for India to fight against Covid.
An assertion from Japan's unfamiliar service said the crisis help was being shipped off India in light of the current flood in contaminations.
The officials from Japan announced that they would transfer 300 oxygen concentrators and 300 ventilators to help India's endeavours to counter a staggering second flood of Covid contaminations, joining a developing rundown of nations all throughout the planet that are sending truly necessary guidance.
Japanese ambassador Satoshi Suzuki said in a tweet: "Japan stands with India in her greatest time of need."
A statement from Japan's foreign ministry said the emergency assistance was being sent to India in response to the current surge in infections.
"Today, April 30, upon the request of the Government of India, the Government of Japan has decided to proceed with the procedure to provide 300 oxygen concentrators and 300 ventilators to India in response to the current surge of Covid-19 infections in India," the statement said.
"Japan stands with India, our friend and partner, in her efforts to fight against Covid-19 pandemic through this additional emergency assistance. Japan will continue to extend further support promptly in order to contain the Covid-19 situation," it said.
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