China is ready to help India in Covid crisis, expressed willingness to talk- reports

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New Delhi: China has reacted to the growing cases of Coronavirus in India. The neighboring country has said on Friday that they are ready to talk to India to face the coronavirus. The special thing is that a day before this, China had offered help to India. 3 lakh 14 thousand 835 new cases of infection have been registered in India on Thursday. This is the largest figure in the world in a day.

According to a report in Hindustan Times, China’s foreign ministry has said that they are ready to talk to India about what is needed in this. According to the report, “China is ready to discuss specific issues according to India’s needs.” On Thursday, China’s foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Beijing knows that the situation in India has become critical. Also, there is a shortage of essential things to stop the epidemic here.

Wang gave this response to a question asked by the official media of China. He was asked what action China was taking in view of the epidemic spreading in India. Wang had said, “China is ready to provide the necessary help and support”. However, during this time he did not give information about what would be included in this help.

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During the press briefing, he said, ‘Novel coronavirus is an enemy of all humanity and the global community needs to be one to fight such epidemics. Last year, India was one of the countries that were continuously providing medical facilities to Beijing. The special thing is that during that time the situation of the Covid-19 epidemic in China was more serious. India had delivered 15 tons of medical supplies to China, which contained masks, gloves, and other items. Its price was around 2.11 crores.

During a press conference, Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong praised the help from India. At the same time, China returned India’s favor in April through medical supplies related to Kovid-19. During that time, things were getting extremely bad due to the first wave in India.