Malaysia Sends Medical Equipment, Supplies to Indonesia

    Wahyu Dwi Anggoro - 15 September 2021 11:38 WIB
    Malaysia Sends Medical Equipment, Supplies to Indonesia
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    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato Saifuddin Abdullah today handed covid-19 related medical equipment and supplies from the Malaysian government to the Indonesian government.

    The handover ceremony was conducted at Subang Air Base in Selangor. Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia Harmono received it on behalf of the Indonesian government. The main consignment was delivered via the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) aircraft with the rest to be delivered in stages.


    "This initiative is a testament to the strong and excellent relations between the two countries," said the Malaysian Foreign Ministry in a press release on Wednesday.

    According to the Ministry, various Malaysian Ministries and Agencies have closely cooperated in this effort.

    "As immediate neighbours, Malaysia and Indonesia Continue to Collaborate closely in our common fight against the covid-19 pandemic," it stated.

    Malaysia's contribution comprises ISO tank containers and liquid oxygen, oxygen concentrators, therapeutic medicines and disposable medical items.

    "Malaysia will continue to work closely with fellow ASEAN region countries and international partners in mitigating the impacts of the covid-19 pandemic towards full recovery," it concluded.


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