India gifts two mobile oxygen plants to Bangladesh

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To support the country’s fight against COVID-19, India has gifted two mobile medical oxygen plants to Bangladesh. Indian Navy ship Savitri arrived at Chattogram port in Bangladesh on Thursday carrying two plants. 2 september

Commenting on the development, the Indian High Commission in Bangladesh tweeted, “Working together as close partners, INS Savitri arrived at Chattogram Port on 02 Sept 2021 and was formally received by Bangladesh authorities Gaya. The ship has 2 mobile oxygen plants as a gift. People of India to the people of Bangladesh to support the fight against COVID19.” INS Savitri departed Visakhapatnam on Monday with two 960 LPM Medical Oxygen Plants (MOPs), one each for Bangladesh Navy and Dhaka Medical College, and would reach Chittagong on September 2.

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Notably, as part of the Government of India’s vision of “Security and Growth for All in the Region”, the Indian Navy is actively engaging with countries in the region and at the forefront of several humanitarian missions spread across the region. has been Indian Ocean including South/Southeast Asia and East Africa.

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