New Delhi, Sept 29: Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid on Wednesday (Sept 28) lauded the grant assistance provided by India to the Maldives, saying this aid has been pivotal in developing basic services in the island nation.
"Grant assistance from India to the Maldives has been pivotal in developing basic services in our island communities. The Emergency Medical Services unit inaugurated in B.Dharavandhoo, that was developed under this scheme is a step forward in broadening our medical services," Maldives Foreign Minister tweeted. This appreciation comes as an Emergency and Trauma Unit was inaugurated in the Maldives. Male characterized the jointly-funded projects as the symbol of friendship between the people of the two countries.
"Inauguration of The Emergency and Trauma Unit at B.Dharavandhoo Health Centre, This is a symbol of Friendship between the people of Maldives and the people of India, the Project jointly funded by the Government of Maldives and the Government of India," the Maldives Health Ministry said in a tweet on Wednesday (Sept 28). The Indian high commission in the country said the trauma unit is another shining example of the people-centric grant projects.
"Adding heft to our #health cooperation! The Emergency and Trauma Unit inaugurated at B.Dharavandhoo Health Centre today is another shining example of the people-centric grant projects being supported under the #IndiaMaldives dvpt," the high commission tweeted.