India on Saturday despatched the second one tranche of humanitarian assist to Afghanistan for the reason that Taliban takeover in August of final yr. This tranche integrated 5 lakh doses of Bharat Biotech’s Covid-19 jab – Covaxin.
The humanitarian assist was once flown to Kabul by way of a flight of Iran’s Mahan air.
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA), Arindam Bagchi, stated in a tweet that the Covid-19 vaccines have been passed over to the Indira Gandhi Health center in Kabul.
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Afghanistan’s envoy to India, Farid Mamundzay, stated in a tweet: “Any other batch of extra 500,000 doses could be provided in coming weeks. Thanks India for offering Afghan folks existence saving present at the first day of 2022! I’m hoping this yr could be non violent & wealthy for all Afghans.”
“Any other batch of extra 500,000 doses could be provided in coming weeks,” stated a press commentary by way of the MEA.
Lately, India provided the following batch of humanitarian help to Afghanistan, consisting of 500,000 doses of COVID vaccine (COVAXIN).
Those have been passed over to the Indira Gandhi Health center in Kabul.
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— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) January 1, 2022
Ultimate yr, India introduced that it might ship 50,000 tonnes of wheat and drugs to Afghanistan by way of street via Pakistan. India and Pakistan are nonetheless within the means of finalising the modalities for transportation.
India, in December 2021, delivered 1.6 tonnes of clinical help to Afghanistan throughout the International Well being Group (WHO).
On November 10, India hosted a regional discussion on Afghanistan that was once attended by way of the Nationwide Safety Advisors of Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Like all different nations, India too is but to recognise the Taliban as the brand new govt in Afghanistan.