'Shukriya': Bhutanese girl thanks India for sending COVID-19 vaccines, netizens say, 'too cute to handle'

'Shukriya': Bhutanese girl thanks India for sending COVID-19 vaccines, netizens say, 'too cute to handle'

The caption said, "Khenrab! Your ‘thank you’ touches our hearts!" Hashtags such as 'Vaccine Maitri' and 'India Bhutan Friendship.'

India's humanitarian endeavour of sending vaccines to countries around the world has been lauded around the world.

Recently, a video was posted by the Indian ambassador in Bhutan named Ruchira Kamboj where a local child artist named Khenrab Yeedzin Syelden is thanking India for doing the needful so that the Himalayan country can start their vaccination drive.

In the video, she introduces herself and goes on to thank the country for being so kind towards them by sending them the much-needed vaccines so that the vaccination drive could start in the country. In the end, she folded her hands and said 'shukriya' which means 'thank you.'

'Shukriya': Bhutanese girl thanks India for sending COVID-19 vaccines, netizens say, 'too cute to handle'
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The caption said, "Khenrab! Your ‘thank you’ touches our hearts!" Hashtags such as 'Vaccine Maitri' and 'India Bhutan Friendship.'

For obvious reasons, the video went viral on the microblogging site. It garnered 13,300 views with 284 retweets and 1332 likes. Indian netizens were gushing about her cuteness in the viral video. "Such a lovely thank you," one user said. Another one jokingly said, "can we keep her?"

Many lauded Narendra Modi for this initiative as well as harped about the friendship between the two countries.

On March 22, 400 doses of Covishield vaccines were sent to Bhutan. The consignment was received by Kamboj and was handed to Foreign minister Tandi Dorji at Paro Airport. Prime Minister Lotay Tshering thanked Modi for this as they were able to begin the vaccine rollout. The drive began on March 27 in the country.

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