Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday expressed serious concerns to the Pandemic Coronavirus in India and offered to help fight the outbreak in a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday expressed serious concerns to the Pandemic Coronavirus in India and offered to help fight the outbreak in a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Xi revealed condolences to Modi in the current pandemic situation in India.
“China is willing to strengthen anti-pandemic cooperation with India, and provide support and assistance to the country,” Xinhua’s official news agency said said.
“I am very worried about the recent outbreaks of new coronary pneumonia in India and want to reveal sincere condolences to the Indian government and people on behalf of the Chinese government and Chinese people, and on my own behalf,” Xi said in his message ,
The Chinese President added that humans are the destiny community, and only through solidarity and cooperation can countries in the world finally overcome the epidemic.
“China is ready to strengthen anti-epidemic cooperation with India and provide support and assistance to India. I am sure that under the leadership of the Indian government, Indians will be able to overcome the epidemic,” Xi added.
Previously on that day, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said local companies have exported more than 3,800 tons of medical supplies and more than 26,000 ventilators to India in April to help fight Pandemic Covid-19 in the country.
The Chinese Customs Department also provides permission to transport liquid oxygen storage tanks and oxygen generators to India from many cities, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, said Wang Wenbin, added that the provincial government of China, NGOs and each company also improved anti-epidemic material Indian. Need immediately.
Apparently, the medical equipment and equipment from China to India are mostly carried out between companies because New Delhi and Beijing have not opened government routes to the government for the transaction.
India has not officially acknowledged the offer of Chinese aid, which was first made by the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs through Media Briefing last week.
Friday’s update from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs came a day after members of the State Council and Foreign Minister Wang Yi promised the Minister of Foreign Affairs, S Jaishankar, that China would do the best in supporting the Indian battle of the current outbreak at a faster level.
In a letter to Jaisankar, Wang said that the Chinese “shared empathy against the challenges faced by India and revealed sincere sympathy”.
Following up on the promise of Minister of Wang, Wang’s foreign ministry spokesman said China always paid attention to the development of the epidemic situation in India.
Wang said many parts of the Chinese people have taken action to collect material to be sent to India and to “free them to Indians as soon as possible”.
According to statistics provided by Wang, since April, China has exported more than 26,000 generator ventilators and oxygen, more than 15,000 monitors, and almost 3,800 tons of medical materials and drugs to India.
Anti-epidemic and relevant medical equipment in China worked hard, working overtime, and accelerating production, Wang said, adding that for the next few days, more anti-epidemic resources will continue to be sent to India to support anti-day for Support epidemic efforts.
Wang added that many donations in this context were made through unofficial channels.
A spokesman added that the cargo route from China to India operated normally.
In the past two weeks, many Chinese cargo flights from China to India have been operating, he said without providing details.
Wang added that China’s authority had provided and provided customs for India to transport liquid oxygen storage tanks, oxygen generators, and other materials returned from many cities in China.
China, he said, will continue to maintain a smooth channel for the export of material to India.
In Jaisankar, Wang’s foreign minister said that anti-pandemic material produced in China entered India at a faster speed to help fight the epidemic.
“The Chinese side will continue to do the best to provide support and assistance according to Indian needs. We hope and believe that under the leadership of the Indian government, Indians will definitely win over an epidemic on the start date,” he added.
Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong in Tweet on Wednesday said Chinese medical suppliers work overtime for orders from India, “At least 25,000 orders for oxygen concentrators in the last few days. Cargo planes are under plans for medical equipment. Chinese customs will facilitate relevant process “.