Jaishankar on thank you mission to Kuwait via Qatar

Secretary Subramanyam Jaishankar on Wednesday morning, and left for three days too late, on a recent visit to Kuwait, which is in transit through Doha, in order to further strengthen the bilateral relations and the two countries are supporting India in the furious, the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, as a logistics hub for the supply of liquid medical oxygen to the western part of India.

While EAM is going to be a personal letter from the Prime minister, Narendra Modi, to the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, he will hold meetings with his counterpart Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-completely liberate the us from the Al-Sabah, in order to deepen our ties, energy, trade, investment, personnel, and information technology.

Despite the fact that the Indian Minister of state will be transiting through Doha on the way to Qatar Airways, none of the meetings with the Qatari leadership was present at the scheduled airport.

During the second wave of the pandemic in India, and the Persian gulf, which has a strong Indian and the song of the community, numbering nearly half a million people, putting 5,267 oxygen tanks, and 450 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen, 66, oxygen concentrators, and 11 ventilators, and other items, such as drugs, oximeters, masks, and gloves for the indies in the time of crisis. All of the medical aid that have come to India in May, June 4th-8th.

S Jaishankar, India's foreign minister, is on a thank-you mission to Kuwait  via Qatar

Qatar is the largest supplier of liquefied natural gas and liquefied natural gas into India, and it has become a hub for logistics and transport in the western part of India. It has been made to increase the flow of passenger traffic in the bubble contracts as of August 2020, and in particular over the past few weeks as many of the other airlines in the Gulf region have been shut down. In the current situation, we have to Doha in order to become a new hub for the fact that, once the dust of the pandemic settles.

On April 27, the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, who is called Prime minister Modi expressed his country’s solidarity with India, and he said that Qatar would provide India with all kinds of support. The prime minister said that the Indian Ambassador in Doha, will co-ordinate the issue of his office. Amir was immediately gave instructions to his minister of foreign affairs to find, no need for that, in India, and the help in this question.

On April 29, Qatar Airways, one of the world’s largest carrier, has announced that it will carry the main humanitarian, medical, and transportation services in India for free. Qatar Airways to provide essential air delivery, the logistics management of international health care India. On 3 May, Qatar Airways has sent three cargo flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, with 300 tonnes of drugs, which are collected from all over the world. This is by fans, CPAP, oxygen concentrators, and personal PROTECTIVE equipment.

Qatar has also been instrumental in providing a liquid medical oxygen to the additional domestic production. On 1 May, the Minister Dharmendra Pradhan spoke with his Qatari counterpart, Energy Minister Saad Al-Kaabi. It is later explained that the Petroleum of the Train, to provide India with about 400 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen for a week.

700-thousandth of the Indian community in doha, Qatar.

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