Many countries are stepping forward to assist India in dealing with the second wave of Corona. The world’s largest cargo plane, carrying three 18-tonne oxygen units (plants) and 1,000 ventilators, flew from Belfast, Northern Ireland, to India under this agreement. The British government has provided this information.
Airport staff worked through the night to load life-saving drugs onto the Antonav-124 cargo plane, according to the International, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). This supply has been paid for by the FCDO. The loading plane is scheduled to arrive in Delhi early Sunday (May 9).
At the time of the swan loading, Northern Ireland Health Minister Robin Swann was present at Belfast Airport. He said that it is our moral duty to assist and support India in every way possible. He said that the United Kingdom and India are cooperating to combat the epidemic. No one is safe until we are all safe.
Last month, the FCDO sponsored the shipment of 200 health ventilators and 495 oxygen constructors from the British Health Secretary to India. At the same time, Britain’s Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, expressed regret over India’s deteriorating corona situation. “Our mates and I stand shoulder to shoulder. We are all battling the same global epidemic and in such a situation, we are sending ventilators, oxygen generators and other help to India,” he said.