Thailand and India have come to an agreement in the fight against coronavirus following a phone conversation between Thai Prime Minister, Prayut Chan-o-cha, and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
The conversation focused mainly on the battle against covid-19 with both countries enforcing strict measures against the virus including lockdown and curfews.
Following the conversation, PM Prayut expressed Thailand’s desire to help India in slowing the spread of the virus and to develop joint efforts with the second-most heavily populated country in the world.
He talked about the measures Thailand has taken to control the spread of covid-19 and assured the Indian Prime Minister that Thailand was taking care of foreigners still in the country.
There is a large population of Indian nationals living in Thailand, particularity in Bangkok, Pattaya, and Phuket.
Cooperation between the nations will involve India providing Thailand with drugs, medical supplies, and assistance with research and development over the coming months.
India has promised to maintain drug and medical supply exports that are necessary for the treatment of covid-19.
The Indian PM praised Thailand for their continuously low covid-19 figures and requested that the country share their solutions with his government.