India has given more than 3000 vials of ‘Ramdesvir’ medicine to Myanmar to deal with Corona
National Desk: More than 3000 vials of ‘Remadecivir’ medicine were given to Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday by Army Chief General M. M. Narwane and Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla to help their neighboring country in the fight against Kovid-19 Assigned General Narwane and Shringla arrived on Sunday for a two-day visit to Myanmar, which aims to further expand relations in many areas including defense and security. The Indian Embassy tweeted that the Indian Army Chief and Foreign Secretary met with Soubhi Kumar, Ambassador of India in Myanmar on Monday and discussed important bilateral issues. He said in another tweet that he handed over 3000 vials of the drug ‘Remadecivir’ from India to Sui Chi to help friendly neighbor Myanmar in the fight against COVID-19.
‘Remadecivir’ is used to treat COVID-19. Corona virus-infected US President Donald Trump is also being given the same medicine. The visit of General Narwane and Shringla is believed to be important at a time when the Indian Army is continuing a deadlock at the border with the Chinese Army in eastern Ladakh and foreign visits are also banned amid the Corona virus epidemic. This will be General Narwane’s first overseas visit since assuming office as Army Chief on 31 December last year. Myanmar, one of India’s strategic neighbors, shares a 1640-km border with insurgency-hit Nagaland and several northeastern states, including Manipur.