China offers help to India to keep ‘common enemy’ at bay

President Jinping has sent a message of condolence to PM Modi over the current pandemic-situation.

As India continues to battle against the disastrous second wave of coronavirus, many nations have extended help to tackle the situation at the earliest. In the list of helping nations, China is all prepared to make an entry.

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and has offered to help India against their common enemy ‘Coronavirus.’ Chinese President assured that the country is willing to strengthen anti-pandemic cooperation with India and provide support to battle against the current unprecedented surge of COVID-19 cases.

As per the Chinese media reports, President Jinping has sent a message of condolence to PM Modi over the current pandemic-situation.

Not only this but China Foreign Minister Wang Yo has also assured Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar that  China is willing to provide utmost support to India in its fight against pandemic by keeping global supply lines open at a faster pace for anti-pandemic material and logistics.

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In his letter to S Jiashankar, Mr. Wang said, “The coronavirus is the common enemy of mankind, and the international community needs solidarity and coordination for a concerted response. The Chinese side firmly supports the Indian Government and people in fighting the pandemic.”

Notably, these messages from China comes at a time when the Indian Army and the Chinese Army are yet to agree on disengagement in the parts of Eastern Ladakh.

As per the media reports, China since April, has exported 26,000 ventilators and oxygen generators, over 15,000 medical monitors, and nearly 3,800 tonnes of medical materials and medicines to India. 

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