Jaishankar tweeted that Kovid-19 discussed about the challenges and international cooperation with Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, both consulted. Supply of cryogenic tanks and other oxygen related equipment appreciated.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar. (File photo)
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had a separate telephone conversation with his counterparts in Thailand, Singapore and Norway regarding India’s war with the second wave of Kovid-19. The second wave of Kovid-19 infection in India has severely affected many parts of India. After talks with Thailand’s Foreign Minister Doon Parvudwinai, Jaishankar said that India is confident that it can continue to trust its partnership with Thailand.
Jaishankar tweeted that Kovid-19 discussed about the challenges and international cooperation with Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, both consulted. Supply of cryogenic tanks and other oxygen related equipment appreciated. He is confident that he can continue to trust his alliance with Thailand. Thailand supplied 15 oxygen concentrators to India as gifts, while the people of the Indian community in South East Asia sent a consignment of 15 oxygen concentrators separately.
Medical supplies to Delhi were brought by Royal Thai Air Force aircraft and some officials of Thailand’s embassy in India are also being taken. Sources said that 100 oxygen cylinders have been offered separately by the Indian Association of Thailand. Steps are being taken to bring them to India fast. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said that the historical relationship with the neighbor should be strengthened. The gifts of 15 oxygen concentrators from Thailand, our colleague and friend in ASEAN, are welcome. Thanks to the Indian community in Thailand for providing an additional 15 oxygen concentrators. On the conversation with Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan, Jaishankar said that during this difficult time, special relationship between the two countries is important.
He tweeted that he had a good discussion with Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan. Thank you for providing oxygen related support. It is commendable to provide prompt facilities to our Air Force and Navy for the supply mission. Jaishankar said that Norway’s Foreign Minister, Ini Mauri Irikssen, discussed with Souride the status of Kovid-19 and the global impact.
In another tweet, he said that a call to demonstrate solidarity came from Norway Foreign Minister Ine Mauri Iriksen Souride. Discussed about the status and global impacts of Kovid-19. Thanked for the cooperation of Norway. We exchanged views about our close cooperation in the United Nations Security Council. Due to the second wave of Kovid-19 in India, many parts of the country are severely affected and many countries of the world have announced medical supplies to help deal with the situation.
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