The friendship of Pakistan and China is not hidden from any country. Both countries keep coming to the aid of each other many times, turning each other over human rights violations happening here. In this series, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China handed over the first batch of Kovid-19 vaccine to the Pakistani Army on Sunday. In this way, the Pakistani Army has become the first army, which has been given Corona vaccine by China.
The Chinese Defense Ministry reported that the PLA has also sent a vaccine to the Cambodian Army on Sunday. China’s relationship with Cambodia is also very close. China’s Defense Ministry on Sunday issued a separate statement on the vaccines being sent, stating that the Pakistan Army is the first army to receive ‘vaccine assistance’ from its Chinese counterpart.
China’s Defense Ministry said on Sunday, “The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) gave a batch of Kovid-19 vaccines to the Pakistani Army on request on Sunday.” The ministry went on to say, “The Pakistan Army has become the first foreign army to take the Corona vaccine from the Chinese Army.”
The Defense Ministry has also released a video dispatching the vaccine. These vaccines are made by China’s state-owned pharmaceutical company Sinopharm. The statement said that the Chinese PLA will continue to contribute positively in building a community of general health for humans. However, the statement does not provide information about the number of vaccine doses given to the Pakistan Army.
On the other hand, the Chinese Ministry of Defense issued a similar statement on the vaccine being given to the Cambodian Army, saying, “The Cambodian Army is one of the recipients of the Kovid vaccine from the Chinese Army.” Chinese media reported that last week China has sent doses of 500000 Corona vaccines to Pakistan. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi promised Islamabad to help in the vaccine.
In addition to Pakistan, China is also providing vaccine assistance to 13 developing countries, including Brunei, Nepal, the Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Palestine, Belarus, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Equatorial Guinea. In addition, there are 38 developing countries that will need vaccines in the future.