Germany mulls assist to virus-stricken India


Berlin, April 25

Germany is considering sending emergency assistance to India to help the country cope with a surge in COVID-19 cases that threatens to overwhelm the country’s hospitals.

The German Defence Ministry said on Sunday it’s examining the possibility of providing a mobile oxygen generator and other aid to India.

Chancellor Angela Merkel earlier expressed her sympathy to the people of India and said Germany was “urgently preparing a mission of support”.   

The German military has so far conducted 38 support missions for other nations or international organisations during the coronavirus pandemic. AP

 



Be the first to comment on "Germany mulls assist to virus-stricken India"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*


%d bloggers like this: