Pakistan Provides ‘Made In Pakistan’ Medical Equipment To Nepal In Support Against COVID-19

Pakistan has provided additional medical support to Nepal in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The grant assistance included 30 ventilators and 30 CPAP breathing equipment.

Adnan Javed Khan, Charge d`Affaires of Pakistan to Nepal called upon Dr. Roshan Pokharel, Secretary, Ministry of Health & Population at his office. During the meeting Charge d`Affaires handed over “Made in Pakistan” medical equipment consisting of 30 Ventilators & 30 CPAP Breathing Equipment worth over 19 million Nepali Rupees, the embassy of Pakistan in Nepal said it its press release issued today.

“The gift of medical equipment is part of Pakistan’s COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Programme pledged for the SAARC Member States. Earlier last month, the Embassy handed over a cheque of more than 43 million Nepali Rupees to the Government of Nepal as part of COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Programme,” the embassy said.

“Dr. Roshan Pokharel thanked the Government and the People of Pakistan for contributing generously for Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19 in Nepal”.

Adnan Javed Khan reiterated Pakistan’s continued commitment to helping Nepal in its efforts to Prevent, Control, and Treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic, read the press release of the embassy.

Source : TRN,