A Red Cross worker sticks an EU flag sticker on a shipment of ventilators from Germany before it is loaded onto a cargo plane bound for New Delhi, India, at Helsinki airport in Finland on May 11. A total of 18 EU member states have pledged medical aid to India. Photo: AFP
A Red Cross worker sticks an EU flag sticker on a shipment of ventilators from Germany before it is loaded onto a cargo plane bound for New Delhi, India, at Helsinki airport in Finland on May 11. A total of 18 EU member states have pledged medical aid to India. Photo: AFP
Rupakjyoti Borah
Opinion

Opinion

Rupakjyoti Borah

India’s coronavirus second wave a test of Quad commitment

  • The security grouping has deepened ties over the past year, and recently pledged cooperation to advance vaccine production and delivery
  • While the US, Japan and Australia have all stepped up to help India in its hour of need, non-Quad relationships remain important too

A Red Cross worker sticks an EU flag sticker on a shipment of ventilators from Germany before it is loaded onto a cargo plane bound for New Delhi, India, at Helsinki airport in Finland on May 11. A total of 18 EU member states have pledged medical aid to India. Photo: AFP
A Red Cross worker sticks an EU flag sticker on a shipment of ventilators from Germany before it is loaded onto a cargo plane bound for New Delhi, India, at Helsinki airport in Finland on May 11. A total of 18 EU member states have pledged medical aid to India. Photo: AFP
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