The masks would be distributed for free among the Indians
South Korea has donated one lakh health masks for free distribution in India. The Social Welfare Corporation Anguk Zen Center in S. Korea headed by the Venerable Abbot, Subul Sunim handed over the consignment worth 150 million Korean Won to TVS Motor company. Manufactured by BlueIndus Co.Ltd, the masks will be distributed through the Srinivasan Services Trust.
“I would like to extend my sincere gratitude and deepest appreciation to the Venerable Abbot, my revered teacher, Subul Sunim for this compassionate gesture of donating 1 Lakh masks to InKo Centre. We welcome what is indeed a most timely and valuable donation in these challenging times when wearing masks, following strict rules of sanitation and hygiene and maintaining social distancing is the ‘new normal’. We will ensure that the masks are widely distributed to local communities across the country through the Srinivasan Services Trust, the social service arm of TVS Motor Company. This unique civilian gesture of goodwill and support from Busan to Chennai truly epitomizes the warmth and depth of the valued relationship between the two nations.”Mr. Venu Srinivasan Chairman, TVS Motor Company & Managing Trustee, Srinivasan Services Trust
“The global pandemic is by far one of the most serious challenges humanity has ever faced. We can overcome this challenge by staying strong and working together. This cooperation at this civil society level clearly shows how much ordinary Koreans and Indians care for each other and we can overcome this challenge by standing together.”'Mr Young-seup Kwon, Consul General of the Republic of Korea