Aircraft of the Russian Emergencies Ministry with a cargo of humanitarian aid landed in India

Two flights to India sent more than 22 tons of cargo, including 20 pieces of equipment for the production of oxygen, 75 ventilators, 150 medical monitors and 200 thousand packages of medicines for the treatment of infection.

Aircraft of the Russian Emergencies Ministry with a cargo of humanitarian aid landed in India

According to TASS, the second plane of the Russian Emergencies Ministry with a cargo of medical equipment and medicines landed in India, a TASS correspondent reports. The plane arrived on Thursday morning at the international airport. Indira Gandhi near the Indian capital. This is the second plane that has brought humanitarian aid to India, which is facing a sharp jump in the incidence of coronavirus infection.

“Currently, the first plane to arrive is under unloading. The recipient of the cargo is the Indian Red Cross Society, which will distribute the arrived cargo to medical institutions”, – the message says.

As the Kremlin previously notified, more than 22 tons of cargo were sent to India on two flights of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, including 20 pieces of equipment for the production of oxygen, 75 artificial lung ventilation devices, 150 medical monitors and 200 thousand packages of drugs for the treatment of coronavirus infection.

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