Iranian Humanitarian Aid to Georgia to Fight Against Coronavirus - english
Iranian Humanitarian Aid to Georgia to Fight Against Coronavirus
Humanitarian aids by the Islamic Republic of Iran to Georgia to fight against Coronavirus was delivered to the Georgian authorities during a ceremony on Wednesday in Tbilisi. The products and shipment were prepared and sent by Iran National Innovation Fund (INIF).
Among the ceremony attendees were Akbar Ghasemi, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Tbilisi, Ara Shaverdian, the Armenian representative in Tehran and the north of the country in the Islamic Consultative Assembly and Georgy Tsutskolauri, Deputy Minister of Health of Georgia.
Referring to the historical and cultural ties between Iran and Georgia, Ghasemi, said, “Both countries are working together for development”, then added that “Corona is a common problem, so Iran and Georgia must work together to fight against Coronavirus. Fortunately, Iran has achieved good results against Coronavirus. These technological achievements, such as ventilators and corona detection kits, are delivered to the Georgian government through humanitarian aid packages. Also, in terms of Covid-19 vaccines, Iran has become the sixth country to produce vaccines.”
The Deputy Minister of Health of Georgia appreciated the donation of the package and said, “The donation of the shipment showed that nations must collaboratively fight against Coronavirus” The shipment of Iran humanitarian aid includes ventilators, corona detection kits, thermometers, blood oxygen meters, N95 masks, and disinfectants, all of which are the products of Iranian technology-based firms.
Presentation of these products can increase the export of Iranian knowledge-based products to countries in the region, especially in defeating Coronavirus.