Air India carries 4 tonnes of lifesaving medicines to Seychelles
An Air India flight transported the first consignment of 4 tonnes of essential lifesaving medicine, in view of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis to Seychelles.
April 16, 2020: An Air India flight transported the first consignment of 4 tonnes of essential lifesaving medicine, in view of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis to Seychelles.
On behalf of the government of Seychelles, the department of foreign affairs has expressed its gratitude to the Indian government.
It was a pleasure to welcome a special Air India flight to Seychelles this afternoon in the company of the Indian High Commissioner Dalbir Singh, with the first of two consignments of medical supply in response to our national efforts to fight the COVID-19. Thank you, India! pic.twitter.com/gvWVCWIUBT— Barry Faure (@BarryFaure) April 15, 2020
The consignment was welcomed by the Indian high commissioner to Seychelles, general Dalbir Singh Suhag and secretary of state of foreign affairs and the Blue Economy ambassador Barry Faure at the Seychelles International Airport.
Blue Economy Council provides leadership to strengthen Seychelles Ocean Governance mechanisms and enhance coordination amongst ministries, departments, agencies and other governmental bodies involved in the council.