Wang Yi (Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi) said that anti-pandemic goods produced in China are rapidly entering India so that India can be helped in this pandemic.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi
Wang Yi’s Letter For S Jaishankar: India is currently facing difficulties due to the second deadly wave of corona virus. Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has written a letter to Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar (Letter for S Jaishankar). In the letter, Yi has promised on Thursday that his country will provide all possible help in India’s fight against the growing cases of COVID-19. He said that China is fast sending anti-pandemic items to India. India’s Ambassador to China Sun Weidong shared this letter on his official Twitter account.
Sharing the letter, Weidong wrote in the caption, ‘Foreign Minister Wang Yi has sent a message of sympathy to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar.’ Tagged Jaishankar, Sun Weidong wrote, “Today again it is reiterated that the Chinese side strongly supports the Government of India and the people here in fighting the epidemic.” At the same time, in a letter written to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Wang has said, “The Chinese side is sympathetic and expresses deep sympathy for the challenges that India is facing.”
Common enemies told to Corona
It reads, ‘The corona virus is a common enemy of humanity and the international community needs to be united and coordinated to combat it (China on India’s Help in Covid Fight). The Chinese side supports the Indian government and the people there, in the fight against the epidemic. ‘ Wang Yi said that anti-pandemic goods produced in China are rapidly entering India so that India can be helped in this pandemic.
State Councilor&FM #WangYi sends a message of sympathy to EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar @DrSJaishankar today, reiterating that the Chinese side firmly supports the Indian Government & people in fighting the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/ioXZtnbzRp
– Sun Weidong (@China_Amb_India) April 29, 2021
‘China will continue to help
He said, ‘The Chinese side will continue to provide as much support and help as possible to India’s needs. We are hopeful and confident that under the leadership of the Government of India, people will overcome this epidemic (Coronavirus Pandemic) as soon as possible. Yi’s letter has come at a time when the armies of the two countries are yet to return from the remaining tense areas of eastern Ladakh. The army of the two countries withdrew from the area of Lake Pagong in February.
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