Chinese President Xi Jinping wrote to PM Modi, offering to help fight Corona epidemic

PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping (Photo Credits: IANS)

China (China) President Xi Jinping on Friday sent a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing condolences on the corona virus epidemic in India (India) and the current rise of Kovid-19 cases in the country. Offered to provide support and support for handling. According to the news of Xinhua, President Xi sent a condolence message to Prime Minister Modi on the Kovid-19 epidemic in India. Xi said in his message that China is ready to strengthen anti-pandemic cooperation with India and provide support and assistance to the country. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday promised that his country will help India in all possible ways in the war against Kovid-19 and said that anti-pandemic materials made in China are being transported to India at a much faster pace. Also read- Biden Administration is working on increasing the oxygen supply chain in India: USAID officer.

In a letter to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Wang said that the Chinese side “condescenses and expresses deep sympathy for the challenges that India is facing.” Shared on Twitter, which reads, “Corona virus is a common enemy of humanity and the international community needs to unite and fight it together.” The Chinese side supports the Indian government and the people there, in the fight against the epidemic. ”

ANI’s tweet

Wang said that anti-pandemic goods produced in China are being rapidly transported to India so that India can be helped in this pandemic. He said, “The Chinese side will continue to provide as much support and help as possible to India’s needs.” We are hopeful and confident that under the leadership of the Government of India, people will overcome this epidemic as soon as possible. ”

President Xi and Foreign Minister Wang’s message came at a time when the armies of the two countries are yet to return from the remaining tense areas of eastern Ladakh. The army of the two countries withdrew from the area of ​​Lake Pagong in February.

The highest number of 3,86,452 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India on Friday, after which the total number of infected persons increased to 1,87,62,976. With this, the number of under-treated patients in the country has crossed 31 lakh. At the same time, the total number of people who have died so far due to infection has increased to 2,08,330 due to the death of 3,498 more patients.

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