- 41 specialists, 131 attendants, and 24 specialists have been shipped off Kuwait
- Earlier, 208 Pakistani wellbeing laborers went to Kuwait and held hands in the fight against coronavirus
- “These medical professionals are ambassadors of Pakistan,” says Zulfi Bukhari
Pakistan on Tuesday sent 196 clinical experts to Kuwait in an offer to help the nation fight the Covid pandemic, Kuwait News Agency reported.
The new bunch of clinical experts incorporates 41 specialists, 131 medical caretakers, and 24 experts, the office stated, adding that they were shipped off Kuwait under an arrangement between the two nations to battle COVID-19.
Pakistan and Kuwait have marked a respective collaboration Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the enlistment of medical care specialists from Pakistan, which was endorsed on July 4, 2020, at the Ministry of Health of Kuwait.
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In October, 208 Pakistani wellbeing laborers had arrived at Kuwait to hold turns in the fight against the pandemic.
Kuwait’s represetative to Pakistan, Nassar Al-Mutairi, expressed gratitude toward the Pakistani government for giving clinical help and said that ties between the nations were “rock-solid and unbreakable”.
The envoy, in a proclamation, said that Kuwait would keep on working with the Pakistani government to improve participation to battle the pandemic.
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At a pre-takeoff instructions of the second group of Pakistani clinical experts to Kuwait, the diplomat said that the Pakistani labor force in Kuwait would help cultivate reciprocal ties.
Meanwhile, Special Assistant to Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistanis, Sayed Zulfikar, as per the distribution, said that it was an event of extraordinary delight that the Pakistani clinical labor force was leaving to help Kuwait battle the pandemic.
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“These medical professionals are ambassadors of Pakistan,” he stated, requesting the gathering to maintain the most elevated qualities and principles from polished skill during their stay in Kuwait.