San Marino Airbus A330-343 landed Kathmandu with medical supplies

San Marino Executive Aviation Airbus A330-343 registration T7-ULS landed Kathmandu today with medical supplies. Medical supplies have sent to Nepal by three countries with the help of the European Union arrived in Kathmandu on Sunday.

According to Rajesh Babu Shrestha, Honorary Ambassador of Austria to Nepal, the aircraft carrying medical supplies sent to Nepal by Austria, Slovenia, and Malta landed at Tribhuvan International Airport.

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“We are grateful to the Austrian government. The health items provided by the three countries have been handed over to the Ministry of Health after reaching Kathmandu, ‘he said.’ It is necessary to distribute these health items outside the Kathmandu Valley, especially in remote areas. ‘

Photo: EU emergency response to Nepal; hand over the medical supplies to Government of Nepal

He said that 600,000 non-sterile medical face masks, 1,000 pulse oximeters, 400 covid antigen tests, 50,000 FFP2 masks, and 130 non-contact infrared thermometers have arrived with the help of Austria.
Similarly, with the help of the Slovenian government, 30,000 face masks, 100,000 nitrile gloves, and 100,000 protective masks have arrived. In addition, it is said that 5,000 face shields donated by Malta have landed through this flight.

The cargo flight landed in Kathmandu at 8:17 am on Sunday, according to Tribhuvan International Airport. The Austrian government has borne all the expenses of the cargo charter flight.

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