India dispatches next batch of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

India- Afghanistan: The External Affairs Ministry announced on Saturday that India had delivered the next batch of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, consisting of 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin.

The humanitarian assistance was handed over to the Indira Gandhi Hospital in Kabul, according to a statement from the MEA. According to the press statement, another batch of 500,000 dosages will be sent in the next weeks. India has pledged to give food grains, one million doses of COVID-19 vaccination, and life-saving medications to the Afghan people.

India donated 1.6 tonnes of medical aid to Afghanistan through the World Health Organization earlier this month (WHO). "We plan to complete the wheat supply and the remaining medical aid in the coming weeks. In this regard, we are in contact with UN agencies and others to finalise transportation arrangements "According to the MEA,

On August 15, the Taliban took control of Kabul, and the country has since been wracked by an economic, humanitarian, and security crisis.

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