The medical team from the Indian Army, deployed under the initiative of Operation Dost, has returned to India after completing their successful mission in Turkey. The 99-member team had been deployed to Turkey to set up a field hospital in Iskenderun, Hatay, as part of the India-Turkey partnership.
The self-contained team, which included specialist doctors, nurses, and medical technicians, operated a fully equipped 30-bedded field hospital, attending to nearly 4000 patients round the clock. The hospital was equipped with state-of-the-art medical facilities and advanced equipment to provide the best possible medical care to those in need.
The medical team’s mission was part of India’s efforts to strengthen its ties with Turkey and to support the international community in times of crisis. The team’s arrival back in India was celebrated by the Indian Army, who expressed their pride in the team’s successful mission and their dedication to serving the people of Turkey.
The Operation Dost initiative is a testament to India’s commitment to providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief to countries in need, and the medical team’s efforts in Turkey are a shining example of the Indian Army’s professionalism and excellence in medical care. The team’s return to India is a proud moment for the country, and their service and sacrifice will be remembered for years to come.
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