A health worker transports a coronavirus patient to Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital in New Delhi on Saturday. Reuters
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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed his solidarity with the Indian people who are fighting a “dangerous wave” of the COVID-19 pandemic with 2.5 million active cases in the country.
“I want to express our solidarity with the Indian people as they fight a dangerous wave of COVID-19,” Imran tweeted.
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“Our prayers for a speedy recovery go out to all those suffering from the pandemic in our neighborhood and around the world,” the Prime Minister said on Twitter.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi also expressed Pakistan’s support and sympathy for the Indian people.
“We express our support to the Indian people following the current wave of COVID19 infections, which has hit our region hard. On behalf of the Pakistani people, I offer our sincere condolences to the affected families in India,” he said. -he adds. Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Twitter.
Health workers transport the bodies of people with coronavirus to New Delhi. Reuters
He said the COVID-19 pandemic was another reminder that humanitarian issues require responses beyond political consideration. Qureshi said Pakistan continues to work with SAARC countries to foster cooperation to fight the pandemic.