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Indonesia is seeking India's help to battle the outbreak of the Delta variant.

Many countries, including India, have extended help to Indonesia. It is unclear if there was a specific request made to India for oxygen supply.

Many countries, including India, have extended help to Indonesia. It is unclear if there was a specific request made to India for oxygen supply.Indonesia has been grappling with a high number of COVID-19 cases as the Delta variant virus has been spreading rapidly. The hospitals are overwhelmed with patients, and the demand for medical oxygen has increased. The country is deficient in oxygen and has sought emergency relief from other countries, including Singapore and China.

In response, India has sent 100 MT of oxygen and concentrators through its naval ship. Media reports said India supplied the COVID relief materials in reciprocity to Indonesia's help during the crisis when India faced an extreme shortage of oxygen.

Indonesia's minister of charge was quoted by AP news that he is in touch with countries that are potential sources of oxygen. However, we did not find any specific request that may have been put forward to India. Hence we mark the claim as unverifiable.

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