The Excessive Fee for Pakistan in Dhaka stated Thursday it had supplied lifesaving medical tools to assist Bangladesh in its struggle in opposition to the coronavirus pandemic.
The excessive fee, in an announcement, stated that the lifesaving tools has been supplied to Ahsania Mission Most cancers and Basic Hospital, which is located in Dhaka.
The tools, which shall be utilized in a separate COVID-19 ward of the hospital, contains 10 ventilators, 20 C-PAP respiratory help machines, 10 beds, an elevator for the hospital constructing, and a car to be used by the ward’s workers.
Excessive Commissioner Imran Ahmed Siddiqui handed over monetary help to President Ahsania Mission Kazi Rafiqul Alam for regionally sourced gadgets this afternoon.
On the event, Excessive Commissioner Siddiqui underscored Pakistan’s imaginative and prescient of regional partnerships for peace and sustainable improvement whereas reiterating its dedication to addressing the impression of the pandemic collectively with the regional international locations, significantly Bangladesh, with which it enjoys fraternal ties.
On this connection, the excessive commissioner recalled a phone dialog between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister Shaikh Hasina final 12 months on the impression of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Within the context of regional cooperation, the excessive commissioner stated that Pakistan had contributed $3 million to the SAARC COVID-19 Emergency Fund to assist regional efforts within the frequent struggle in opposition to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our cooperation with Ahsania Mission Cancer and General Hospital is a robust expression of solidarity and support to Bangladeshi sisters and brothers in their fight against COVID,” he stated.
It is usually a testomony to Pakistan’s sturdy dedication to promotion of regional cooperation below SAARC, the excessive commissioner added.
President Ahsania Mission, Alam, thanked the Excessive Fee for Pakistan for its well timed contribution and briefed the excessive commissioner on numerous initiatives of the hospital.