Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that China attaches great importance to follow up on the developments of the epidemiological situation in India, and will send more anti-Corona virus materials to it in the coming days.
In a statement, Benn added that Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi sent a message of sympathy to his Indian counterpart, Subramaniam Jay Shankar, explaining Beijing’s desire to exert its utmost efforts to help New Delhi cope with the new wave of the outbreak of the Coronavirus. He pointed out that, according to preliminary statistics, China sent more than 26,000 ventilators and oxygen generators, more than 15,000 medical monitoring equipment, and nearly 3,8,000 tons of medical materials and medicines to India this April.
In a related context, Chinese President Xi Jinping today sent a message of condolences to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, regarding the victims of the Coronavirus.
Ping said – in the telegram – that China is ready to strengthen cooperation in fighting the epidemic with India, providing support and assistance to it, and that he is very concerned about the situation of the virus in India, expressing his sincere sympathy to the Indian government and people, on behalf of the Chinese government and people and on behalf of himself. Ping added that the human race belongs to a community with a shared destiny and that all countries of the world can ultimately defeat the disease only through solidarity and cooperation only, expressing his confidence that under the leadership of the Indian government, the Indian people will surely overcome the epidemic