Kathmandu, August 9
The Indian Army on Sunday gifted 10 ventilators to the Nepali Army to help its efforts to battle towards the COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed 75 lives within the Himalayan nation.
Indian Ambassador to Nepal Vinay Mohan Kwatra handed over the ventilators to Nepal Army chief Purna Chnadra Thapa throughout a ceremony at Nepali Army Headquarters on Sunday, the Indian mission mentioned in an announcement.
The ventilators are designed for a broad vary of purposes to incorporate superior invasive or non-invasive respiratory help. Further, attributable to their compact nature, they’re moveable and helpful in transportation of sufferers requiring intensive care, the assertion mentioned.
The Indian Army has a protracted report of extending help to the Nepali Army as a primary responder for humanitarian help and aid. The gifting of ventilators is a part of this continued humanitarian cooperation between the 2 armies, it added.
Ambassador Kwatra reaffirmed India’s dedication to offer all obligatory assist to the individuals of Nepal in prevailing over the pandemic that has claimed 75 lives and contaminated 22,972 others. PTI