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Covid-19: India gifts two mobile oxygen plant to Bangladesh | India News – Times of India


DHAKA: India has gifted two mobile medical oxygen vegetation to Bangladesh to assist the nation’s battle towards Covid-19.
The Indian Navy Ship Savitri carrying two vegetation arrived at Chattogram harbour in Bangladesh on Thursday.
“Working together as close partners INS Savitri arrived at Chattogram harbour on 02 Sep 2021 and was ceremonially received by #Bangladesh authorities. Ship carries 2 Mobile Oxygen Plants as a gift from people of India to people of Bangladesh to support the fight against #COVID19,” Indian High Commission in Bangladesh tweeted.
INS Savitri left Visakhapatnam on Monday with two 960 LPM Medical Oxygen Plants (MOP), one every for Bangladesh Navy and Dhaka Medical College, and can attain Chittagong on September 2, the ministry of defence had stated in an announcement.
“India and Bangladesh have a close, long-standing relationship covering a wide spectrum of activities and interactions, which has strengthened over the years. The people of India and Bangladesh also share close cultural bonds and a shared vision of democratic society and a rules-based order,” the assertion added.
INS Savitri, is an indigenously constructed Offshore Patrol Vessel of the Indian Navy below the Eastern Naval Command based mostly at Visakhapatnam.
As half of the Government of India’s imaginative and prescient of SAGAR (Security and Growth for All within the Region), the Indian Navy has been proactively participating with nations within the area and has been on the forefront of quite a few humanitarian missions spanning the whole extent of the Indian Ocean together with South/ South East Asia and East Africa.
Earlier, Indian Naval Ship Shakti had transported 100 T of LMO to Colombo, Sri Lanka, while INS Airavat is presently on a deployment to South East Asia for trans-cargo of medical assist to Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand.



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