Written by Amani Nilar
30 Apr, 2022 | 3:24 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st); The Assistant High Commission of India in Kandy handed over essential medical supplies to the Teaching Hospital, Peradeniya.
Prof. M. D. Lamawansa, Vice Chancellor of the University of Peradeniya thanked the Government of India, External Affairs Minister of India, Dr S. Jaishankar and the people of India for the friendly gesture.
Previously, India also handed over a consignment of medicines and medical supplies by High Commissioner to Minister of Health, Channa Jayasumana in Colombo yesterday (29). INS Gharial was deployed for ensuring expeditious delivery of the consignment to Sri Lanka.
During her stay in the country, the crew members of INS ‘Gharial’ are expected to take part in several programmes organized by the Sri Lanka Navy, with a view to develop camaraderie between two navies. The ship is scheduled to depart the island on 01st May 2022.
The medicines and medical equipment were handed over to Sri Lanka as a part of the Indian Line of Credit.
AHC handed over essential medical supplies to the Teaching Hospital, Peradeniya.
Prof. M. D. Lamawansa, VC of @UPeradeniya thanked #GoI, EAM @DrSJaishankar & people of #India for the friendly gesture. pic.twitter.com/pE0wH2nOzA
— India in Kandy (@AhciKandy) April 30, 2022
From #India for their brethren in #Srilanka!!! A consignment of drugs and medical supplies was handed over by High Commissioner to Hon'ble Minister #ChannaJayasumana in #Colombo today. INS Gharial was deployed for ensuring expeditious delivery of the consignment to 🇱🇰. pic.twitter.com/Tzl5dfhIh9
— India in Sri Lanka (@IndiainSL) April 29, 2022
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