Brazilian President Thanking PM modi.
A recent news coming that President Jair Bolsonaro has thanked Prime Minister Modi for providing Corona vaccine.
This happened after India shipped two million doses of India made coronavirus vaccines landed in Brazil.
The Brazillian President tweeted in Portuguese , “Namaskar , Primeiro Ministro @narendramodi –
O Brasil sente-se honrado em ter um grande parceiro para superar um obstáculo global.
Obrigado por nos auxiliar com as exportações de vacinas da Índia para o Brasil.
Dhanyavaad! धनयवाद,” it is roughly translated in English that, “Namaskar, Prime Minister @narendramodi-
President said that he is honored to have a great partner to overcome this global obstacle.
Thank you for helping us with vaccine exports from India to Brazil.- Dhanyavaad! धनयवाद” .
The tweet also had an image of Lord Hanuman carrying the coronavirus vaccine as ‘Sanjeevani Booti’ from India to Brazil.
Replying to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s tweet , Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
The honours is ours, President @Jair Bolsonaro to be trusted partner of Brazil in fighting the Covid-19 Pandemic together.
We will continue to strengthen our cooperation on healthcare.
Earlier , Brazilian Ambassador Andre Aranha Correa do Lago has thanked to SII for the vaccines.
And the” professionalism demonstrated ” , during the transporated.
He later Thanks Serum Institute of India for the amazing professionalism demonstrated.
while shipping this batch of Oxford AstraZeneca vaccines to Brazil and immense appreciation for.
And Thanks to the government of India for their support , said Andre Aranha Correa do Lago.
Brazil’s Health ministry announced that the vaccine , developed by Astra Zeneca and the university of oxford.
Landed in Sao Paulo on Friday being flown to Rio de Janeiro , where Brazil state runs Fiocruz Institue is based.
In the last few days India has supplied Covid vaccine to neighbouring countries including Bhutan , Nepal , Maldives , Myanmmar and Bangladesh.
Brazil has recorded aroound 2,14,000 deaths related to Covid-19.