Many countries around the world are coming forward to help India facing the second wave of Corona. Under this, the world’s largest cargo plane with three 18-tonne oxygen units (plants) and 1,000 ventilators from Belfast, Northern Ireland, has flown to India. This information has been given by the British Government.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) said that airport workers worked hard throughout the night and loaded life-saving drugs into the Antonov-124 cargo plane. The FCDO has funded this supply. The loading aircraft is expected to reach Delhi by Sunday (May 9) morning.
Helping India is our moral responsibility: Swan
Northern Ireland Health Minister Robin Swann was present at Belfast Airport at the time of loading. He said that it is our moral responsibility to give all possible help and support to India. He said that Britain and India are working together to deal with this epidemic. No one is safe until we are all safe.
The situation is sad with Corona in India: British Health Secretary
Last month, 200 ventilators and 495 oxygen constructors were sent from Britain to India, funded by FCDO. At the same time, Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that the worsening condition due to corona in India is sad. We stand shoulder to shoulder with our friends. He said that we are fighting this global epidemic together, in such a situation, we are sending ventilators, oxygen generators and other help to India.