Bangladesh receives medical supplies from India

As a part of the support for the country to combat the coronavirus epidemic, India handed two medicinal plants to Bangladesh on Thursday.

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Bangladesh receives medical supplies from India

As a part of the support for the country to combat the coronavirus epidemic, India handed two medicinal plants to Bangladesh on Thursday. The defense research and development organization’s medicinal oxygen plant has been produced (DRDO).

The Navy Speaker, commander Vivek Madhwal of the Indian Navy, said: “Offshore patrol boat InS Savitri landed on Tuesday at Chattogram Harbor, Bangladesh with two 960 liters per minute of medical oxygen. He stated that the Bangladesh Navy warmly welcomed the ship, and the BNS Commander Patenga Navy and the Dhaka Medical College’s officials accepted the oxygen plants.

“On behalf of the Naval Chief of Staff, the Ship’s Commander-in-Chart further reiterated Indian sympathy and collaboration with Bangladesh in calling on the Commander Chittagong Naval Area, Commander BN Fleet and Chairperson of the Chittagong Port Authority. In a maritime collaboration exercise with the Bangladesh Navy, on Friday, the INS Savitri is also planned.

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Bangladesh receives medical supplies from India
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As a part of the support for the country to combat the coronavirus epidemic, India handed two medicinal plants to Bangladesh on Thursday.
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THE POLICY TIMES
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