The Indian Navy also considers moving the largest landing platform dock (LPD) Ins Jarashwa to take supplies from the bay allies.
After successfully building two logistics lines with the main allies in West Asia and Southeast Asia, the Indian Navy is expected to take 600 metric tons (MT) of liquid medical oxygen from Qatar, 400 MTs from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and 1000 MTs from Kuwait in 30 The next day. Landing Ship Tank (LST) Ins Shardul has been in Kuwait since May 12 and will leave for India on May 15 with 120 MTs of liquid oxygen.
Just as India comes to the help of these countries during the first wave of pandemic, West Asian allies with countries such as France adds severely, has formed a “bridge of oxygen solidarity” with India since April 29.
“The Indian Navy has established two logistics lines, one with Gulf countries, others with Southeast Asian countries led by Singapore. The choice of medical oxygen planned from the Bay countries is very dynamic and the numbers can change. But the fact remains that The Allies of the Indian Bay stood with him at the time of medical pressure, “said a Adamana.
In fact, the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force worked in “Jugalbandi” mode with former retrieval carrying 20 MT of liquid medical oxygen containers from the Gulf region and the latter facilitating the return of empty containers to be refilled and refilled.
“All strategic appointment ships which are LST and Landing transportation docks have been deployed to lift critical medical supplies. In fact, all six ships deployed in the Bay and Arabian sea to exercise Varuna with the French Navy were transferred to Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait. Ins Shardul Sent from Kochi to the Gulf Region. Until now, 260 MTs from the LMO and 2000 oxygen cylinders have been sent to Indian Beach from a warship deployed in the West Indian Ocean region. For example:
• Ins Talwar took 40 MT LMO from Manana, Bahrain on May 1.
• Ins Trikhand and Ins Tarkash took 80 MT LMO from Doha, Qatar on 6 and May 8. This inventory was facilitated by Air Liquide, France used their oxygen factory in Qatar.
• Ins Kochi and TAs Tabar took 140 MT LMO and 1400 oxygen cylinders from Kuwait on May 6.
• INS Kolkata selects 200 oxygen cylinders from Doha at 4 and 40 MT LMO from Doha on May 5.
The majority supply of LMO secured from West Asia or Southeast Asia is to destroy Covid-19 infection in South, East and West India because the level of participants is expected to rise in the coming days.