India explained 20 lakh vaccines to Bangladesh
Tariqul Islam Lavlu, Bangladesh: India handed over the gift vaccine to Bangladesh. The first shipment of the much-anticipated tick in the coronavirus epidemic has reached Bangladesh; the Indian government sent the vaccine as a gift to a neighbor. India handed over the 20 lakh vaccines to Bangladesh at a function held at the state guest house Padma in Dhaka on Thursday.
Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Vikram Doraiswamy handed over two boxes of corona tickers to Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen and Health Minister Zahid Malek separately. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam and secretaries of the concerned ministries were present at the time.
At this time they thanked the Government of India for the gift of Corona Vaccine. On the occasion, Indian High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswamy said that discussions have been held with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and the Prime Minister of India on the import of corona vaccine. Of this, 20 lakh vaccines were sent as a gift by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. This gift will further strengthen the friendship between the two countries.
Bangladesh Health Minister Zahid Malek said the gift would further strengthen the friendship between Bangladesh and India. In the future, the two countries will be able to walk together. He said Bangladesh ranks 20th in the world in the list of corona infected countries. Now we have an agreement with India to import the corona vaccine. We will import vaccines according to our demand in phases. Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momin said India stood by Bangladesh during the war of liberation and showed friendship. They stand by us today during the epidemic.
With the gift of the corona vaccine, India has once again shown its friendship. Through this, the friendship between the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the friendship between the people of India and the people of Bangladesh went a few steps further. India has gifted 2 million corona vaccine to Bangladesh as a gift invented by Oxford-AstraZeneca and prepared by Serum Institute of India.
This gift vaccine reached Bangladesh today. An Air India plane landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka around 11 am on Thursday. Apart from the gift ticker, there is an agreement between the Government of Bangladesh and the Serum Institute of India, and Beximco Pharma.