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New Zealand High Commission sought oxygen help from Opposition, PM Ardern said – Protocol should have been followed

New Zealand Prime Minister Jasinda Ardern on Monday confirmed the demand for oxygen cylinders from the opposition leaders of the High Commission in Delhi. He told during an interview that the protocol should have been followed in this mission. At the same time, the High Commission had apologized via Twitter to seek support from the Indian Youth Congress, after which Ardern said that he believed that a help was sought. He also said that instead of asking for help, the High Commission should have used those common protocols. According to the information, the High Commission itself has deleted the tweet seeking its help and has accepted that the process should not have been used. At the same time, Ardern has admitted that the Indian government had helped a lot during the pandemic.

High Commission has Delete did Tweet

The New Zealand High Commission in Delhi later deleted its tweet seeking help and said that it was released by mistake, they are sorry for this misunderstanding. At the same time, Ardern said that the safety, health and welfare of his employees are his priority in India. New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has also apologized to the Government of India for the tweet.

Afghan Ambassador also tweeted

Afghan Ambassador Farid Mamundzai tweeted on Monday that Afghan refugees living in New Delhi are falling prey to Kovid in India. However, he did not tag any political party. At the same time, medical aid in India should be greatly appreciated, I thank all the agencies and individuals for their assistance, who have been under the supervision of most patients in the last one week, together we will remove the epidemic.

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