Zimbabwe receives a shipment of tuberculosis drugs from India

Zimbabwe receives a shipment of tuberculosis drugs from India

On Wednesday, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan handed over a cargo of 288 cartons of tuberculosis (TB) medications to Deputy Minister of Health and Family Welfare John Mangwiro during his visit to Zimbabwe. Muraleedharan expressed optimism that these drugs will improve Zimbabwe’s fight against tuberculosis. “From the Indian people to the Zimbabwean people.” H.E. John Mangwiro, Deputy Minister of Health and Family Welfare, was delighted to receive a shipment of 288 cartons of tuberculosis drugs. He tweeted, “Confident that it will aid Zimbabwe in its fight against tuberculosis.”

The MoS had a virtual meeting with Dr Frederick Shava, on June 28, 2021. The Ministers reviewed the entire gamut of the bilateral relationship, including political cooperation, cooperation in the fields of health, energy, trade, investments, and multilateral fora. India gifted 10 ambulances, which had been promised during the visit of the Vice President to Zimbabwe in 2018. A consignment of 35,000 Covaxin vaccine doses was provided in the month of March 2021.

Muraleedharan met the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Zimbabwe, advocate Jacob Francis Mudenda on Tuesday. The MoS exchanged views on strengthening the bilateral relationship between the two countries. He is on an official visit to African nations — Zimbabwe and Malawi — from June 6 to 9. Muraleedharan will also review the progress of the development assistance projects under the Government of India Lines of Credit (LoCs) and Grants in both countries.

India also handed over three vehicles for the Indo-Zim Technology Centres, for which the latest technology machines are worth approx. USD 3 million have been supplied under Phase II. India shares excellent bilateral relations with both Zimbabwe and Malawi ranging across political, economic, cultural, and development assistance fields, which have particularly strengthened in the past few years. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Indian leadership maintained close contact with the leadership of both the countries and supported them in their fight against the pandemic.

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