(LR) 2nd from left – Ramavtar Goenka, Honorary Consul of Kenya in Mumbai, Willy Bett, the High Commissioner of the Republic of Kenya, Vijay Kalantri, Honorary Consul, Consulate of Uzbekistan, Dean, Honorary Consular Corps Diplomatique-India (HCCD- India) and World Trade Center, Mumbai Chairman and Defense Advisor Colonel Lazarus Wafula visited the vaccination center at the World Trade Center, Mumbai
The Republic of Kenya donated a 12-ton shipment of tea and coffee to the Indian Red Cross Society on Wednesday as aid to the COVID warriors in the pandemic-hit regions of the western state of Maharashtra.
The shipment was donated by Willy Bett, High Commissioner of the Republic of Kenya, and received by Ramavtar Goenka, Honorary Consul of Kenya, during his visit to the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Vaccination Center at the World Trade Center in Mumbai.
“Kenya’s contribution to the Indian COVID warriors will go a long way in maintaining diplomatic relations between the two countries,” said Vijay Kalantri, chairman of the MVIRDC World Trade Center Mumbai, who guided Mr. Willy Bett and Ramavtar Goenka through the Vaccination Center .
The Covid Vaccination Center in the MVIRDC World Trade Center is one of the largest CVCs in the ‘A Ward’ of the Indian financial capital Mumbai with 20 booths and the capacity to vaccinate at least 100 people, which will soon be increased to 500 people daily.
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