The Policy Times Dhaka Bureau (May 18):
Foreign Minister of Bangladesh. Dr. AK Abdul Momen has requested Indian Foreign Minister S Jayashankar to provide Bangladesh with the AstraZeneca vaccine soon. Tuesday (May 18) said in a telephone conversation. Momen made the request to the Indian foreign minister.
The Indian Foreign Minister said that he was aware of the situation in Bangladesh, including the demand for a second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine. At this time. Momen wished peace to the souls of the victims of the cyclone in India and expressed his condolences to the families of the victims.
Dr. Momen said he had already requested the United States to vaccinate Bangladesh as soon as possible as India could not vaccinate in time. India’s foreign minister can request the United States to provide vaccinations to Bangladesh. Momen mentions. S Jayashankar said he would request the United States in this regard.
Note that the expatriate Bangladeshi Dr. requested the United States to vaccinate Bangladesh. Under the leadership of AFM Haque, 1,014 expatriate Bangladeshi-Americans of various professions, including doctors, engineers and professors, have sent an application to the White House. In addition, the United States branch of the Bangabandhu Foundation, the Freedom Fighters Council and Georgia State Senator Sheikh Rahman have also requested the White House to vaccinate Bangladesh.