Oman sends special medical assistance to support India’s fight against COVID-19

by | May 16, 2021 | 0 comments

MUSCAT – Government of Oman dispatched special medical assistance for India’s fight against COVID-19 on 12th May 2021 aboard a Royal Air Force (RAFO) plane.

The Government of India expresses its deep gratitude to His Majesty Sultan Haitham Bin Tarik and the Government & people of Oman for their support to India during the difficult time of COVID-19 pandemic.

India welcomes and deeply appreciates the essential medical supplies of ventilators, SPO2 monitors and medicines gifted by the Sultanate. This gesture is a testament to very close and longstanding strategic partnership between India and Oman. India is also grateful to the Indian diaspora in Oman for their continuous support and for their contribution in the form of 30 Oxygen concentrators and 100 Oxygen cylinders, which were also airlifted aboard RAFO plane. In line with our historical and close friendly ties, India is committed to further strengthening our bilateral relationship with Oman, not only in fighting this global pandemic together, but also in all areas of mutual interest, said a press note from the Indian Embassy, Muscat.

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