Germany will provide India to fight the pandemic COVID-19 humanitarian aid worth 50 million euros.
This was announced by the Minister of Health of Germany Jens Spahn (Jens Spahn), noting that India is faced with the “worst case scenario” of the pandemic. In turn, the German Ministry of Defense announced that on May 1, the Bundeswehr will send 120 artificial lung ventilation devices (IVL) to India. In addition, it is planned to provide India with an oxygen plant, for the commissioning of which about 16 German medical personnel will arrive. The aid will be transferred to the Indian Red Cross. Earlier, assistance to India was announced, in particular, by Great Britain, the USA and Russia.
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