The aid contains 6,500 coronavirus test units and six ventilators under an understanding marked between Qatar Charity and Kosovo’s Ministry of Health.
Qatar Charity (QC) has given clinical aid worth $300,000 to the Ministry of Health of Kosovo on the side of the wellbeing arrangement of the nation in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.
The help comes as a major aspect of its continuous worldwide endeavors planned for checking the spread of Covid-19, QC has said in an announcement.
The aid contains 6,500 coronavirus test packs and six ventilators under an understanding marked between Qatar Charity and the Ministry of Health of Kosovo.
Priest of Health Armend Zemaj and the chief of QC’s office in the capital, Pristina, Mahmoud Abbas Shaker, consented to the arrangement within the sight of Qatar’s represetative Ali canister Hamad al-Marri, who gave over the aid to Kosovo’s Minister of Health.
The priest said the aid would be circulated to associations in the wellbeing framework as indicated by their requirements. “We get this aid to secure our residents,” included the priest, expressing gratitude toward Qatar, the represetative and the Qatar Charity office in Pristina for all the significant help gave by Qatar to Kosovo and its kin throughout the years, which adds up to a large number of dollars.
As far as it matters for him, executive of the National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo, Nasser Ramdani, said: “We say thanks to Qatar for supporting the endeavors of Kosovo in battling the coronavirus pandemic.” He included that this help is an incredible help to the wellbeing framework in Kosovo, as it will add to sparing the lives of residents contaminated with Covid-19.
The Qatari emissary asserted the quality of the recognized relations between the two nations, including that he is working further improving these relations and extending co-activity in all fields. “Qatar consistently remains by Kosovo and its kin,” he noted.
Qatar Charity, since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, has given pressing food and wellbeing help to helpless families, profiting in excess of 20,000 individuals at an expense of €250,000.