Foreign embassies are in contact, responding to medical demands: Ministry of External Affairs

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The Ministry of External Affairs said on Sunday that it is in constant contact with all foreign embassies in India and is responding to their medical demands, and particularly related to Kovid-19. Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said the medical demands of the embassies included providing treatment facilities in hospitals. He appealed everyone not to hoard the material related to essential supplies including oxygen.

Earlier, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar targeted Congress leader Jairam Ramesh when he said in his tweet that the Indian Youth Congress was looking at the crisis messages (SOS) of foreign embassies and wondered if the foreign ministry was sleeping? Ramesh shared a video posted on Twitter of Indian Youth Congress National President Srinivas BV, which shows a mini van entering the Philippine Embassy in Delhi with an oxygen cylinder. Ramesh praised the Indian Youth Congress.

s. Jaishankar tweeted, “MEA contacted Philippine Embassy. This was unsolicited supply and there was no case of Kovid-19. Obviously it was for cheap popularity from your side. Giving cylinders like this when people are in great need of oxygen is amazing. ”He said in another tweet,“ Jairam ji, MEA never sleeps. Our people are known all over the world. MEA never does fake things. We know who does it. ”

Significantly, Srinivas tweeted the video with the caption #SOSIYC. Srinivas shared a video of his team supplying oxygen cylinders to the New Zealand High Commission. He thanked the team of Indian Youth Congress for quick relief. Meanwhile, the New Zealand High Commission tweeted, “We are trying to arrange oxygen cylinders from all sources and unfortunately our appeal was misinterpreted for which we are sorry.” On the other hand, Bagchi made his statement Said that the Ministry of External Affairs is responding to the medical demands of foreign missions. The Chief of the Chief Protocol and Cells are in constant contact with all High Commissions / Embassies and responding to their medical demands, including treatment facilities in hospitals.

“In view of the pandemic situation, we urge all of them not to accumulate the necessary supplies including oxygen,” Bagchi said on questions from reporters. It is noteworthy that medical oxygen is rising amidst increasing cases of national capital Kovid-19. Is facing a severe shortage of.

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Foreign embassies are in contact, responding to medical demands: Ministry of External Affairs
Foreign embassies are in contact, responding to medical demands: Ministry of External Affairs
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