Medical supplies arrive from Tianjin

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A new medical shipment has arrived in Budapest via the Chinese-Hungarian air bridge, this time from Tianjin, a city in northern China on the shore of the Bohai Sea, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on his Facebook page today (Saturday, April 25).

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The minister said the flight brought 2,600,000 masks, 10,000 pieces of protective clothing and 21 ventilators to Budapest.

"We must prepare for a long-term defense, so we have to be sure we have the assets necessary for medical protection,” Szijjártó stressed.

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