Medical supplies sent by the UK to assist with mounting coronavirus cases in India arrived in Delhi on the morning of April 27.
The first batch of oxygen concentrators, non-invasive ventilators, and manual ventilators left the UK on April 25.
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tweeted: “Good to see the first of our medical supplies have now arrived in India and will be deployed where they are needed most.”
This footage shows the supplies arriving at the airport. The supplies were transported by a Lufthansa aircraft, the German ambassador to India said, adding that it showed “international cooperation at work.”
Further supplies were due to arrive later in the week, the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office told Storyful. Credit: Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office via Storyful