On August 17, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen sent a letter to Min Aung Hlaing, chairman of Myanmar's National Governing Council, saying that Cambodia would provide 200,000 U.S. dollars of humanitarian aid and some anti-epidemic materials to Myanmar through ASEAN.
Cambodia has decided to donate 3 million masks, 500,000 boxes of Coronavirus rapid test kits, 2,000 PPE suits, 100 oxygen generators, 20 ventilators, and 20 patient monitors to the Government of Myanmar.
Hun Sen said he firmly believes that Cambodia and Myanmar will surely defeat the COVID-19 outbreak through joint efforts.
Cambodian Health Minister Mam Bunheng will soon lead a delegation to deliver aid to Naypyidaw, Myanmar by special plane.
Cambodia donated 2 million masks and 20 ventilators to Myanmar in November 2020. In November of the same year, it donated 2 million masks and a batch of anti-epidemic equipment to Laos. In July 2021, it donated 200,000 US dollars and a large amount of anti-epidemic materials to Vietnam. We also donated large quantities of materials to Nepal and East Timor.
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