Embassy of Israel handed over medical supplies to Minister Dhakal «

Embassy of Israel handed over medical supplies to Minister Dhakal

Ambassador of Israel to Nepal Benny Omer on Tuesday handed over medical supplies to the Health and Population Minister Bhanu Bhakta Dhakal, at the premises of the Health Ministry, to support Nepal’s fight to contain Covid-19.
According to a press note issued by the Embassy of Israel in Kathmandu, the Embassy provided 550 units of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), 10,000 units of Masks, 50 units of Infrared Digital Thermometers and 5,000 pairs of surgical gloves. “Additionally, hand sanitizers, hand sprayers and disinfectant solutions were also donated amidst a function at the Ministry of Health and Population,” it reads.
“A friend in need is a friend indeed. Israel and Nepal are at the same side in the fight against this pandemic of COVID-19 to save lives,” ambassador Benny Omer, on the occasion, said.
Accepting the gift of people of Israel, the Minister Dhakal thanked on behalf of Nepal government. “I would like to thank the Government of Israel for your solidarity and support during our battle against Covid-19,” he said, adding that sending these essential medical goods to ward it off gives a message that the Government of Israel and Israeli friends are with Nepal and Nepalese during this challenging time. “Together we can and we will win against Covid-19.”
This is a gift from people of Israel to the people of Nepal to help protect doctors, nurses and others, who work in the frontline to save lives of the patients suspected and infected with the virus, the press note reads, adding that the cooperation is manifestation of the Nepal-Israel friendship and mutual affinity to help battle against the spread of Covid-19.