Singapore-based MIRXES passes PCR tests for coronavirus detection to Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A ceremony was held in Singapore to transfer 5,000 PCR tests to the Republic of Uzbekistan for the detection of the COVID-2019 coronavirus produced by the Singapore-based company MIRXES, Dunyo news agency reported.
This charity event was organized with the assistance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore, sponsorship of the TEMASEK FOUNDATION Foundation and the Singapore Institute for Management Development (MDIS).
PCR tests will be transported to Uzbekistan in the coming days with the Uzbekistan Airways special flight via Seoul (Republic of Korea) with financial support from Singapore-based Indorama Corporation Pte Ltd and the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea.
Valuable cargo was handed over by the Singapore side to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Uzbekistan to Singapore, Kahramon Shakirov.
During the ceremony, TEMASEK FOUNDATION Executive Director Benedict Cheong noted that it was a great honor for him and his organization to provide modest assistance to friendly Uzbekistan in its fight against the spread of coronavirus.
In turn, the president of the Institute for Management Development of Singapore (MDIS) Eric Kuan emphasized that on behalf of his university he welcomed the decisive and comprehensive measures taken by the leadership of Uzbekistan in the fight against COVID-19, and being a reliable partner and friend of Uzbekistan to facilitate the efforts of the Uzbek government I am pleased to contribute to government efforts to curb the spread of the epidemic.