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Russian planes carrying humanitarian aid arrive in India.

Two Russian planes carrying oxygen concentrators, lung ventilation devices, bedside monitors, drugs, including Coronavir, and other important pharmaceutical products arrived in India to assist the country in combating the COVID-19 outbreak.

The information was shared on Twitter by Russia’s Ambassador to India, Nikolay Kudashev. “Two Russian EMERCOM emergency flights arrived here today. These include oxygen concentrators, lung ventilation machines, bedside monitors, and medications such as Coronavir and other critical pharmaceuticals “He sent out a tweet.

“Only by uniting our efforts and helping one another in tough times will we be able to beat #COVID19. The most critical formula for responding to any challenge should be collective efforts and shared respect!” In another tweet, Kudashev said.

He went on to say that Russia is keeping a close eye on the situation in India.

He also mentioned that COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V deliveries to India would begin in May 2021.

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President Vladimir Putin of Russia and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India spoke on the call. Putin declared the decision to send emergency humanitarian assistance to India during the phone call.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for his assistance and support in India’s battle against Covid-19.

The second wave of coronavirus is wreaking havoc in India. In the last 24 hours, the country has recorded over 3.60 lakh new COVID-19 cases and 3,293 related deaths.

The deteriorating COVID-19 situation in India has resulted in an increase in demand for medical oxygen and beds for COVID-19 patients, and many parts of the world are reporting severe medical supply shortages.

Several countries have stepped forward to assist India as it continues to grapple with an increase in its health infrastructure needs as a result of the increasing number of coronavirus cases.

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