China is ready to hand over the six lakh vaccines to be given to Bangladesh in the second phase by June 13.
However, it is yet to be decided when Bangladesh will receive the vaccine from China. Huangkml’
Yan, Deputy Ambassador of the Chinese Embassy in Dhaka, gave this information to “Trusted Ultra” on his mobile phone on Saturday afternoon.
In the morning, the ambassador gave a status on his Facebook account about the Chinese gift ticker.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in a phone conversation with Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen on May 20 that he would give six lakh vaccines as a gift.
After the phone conversation between the two ministers, the Chinese embassy in Dhaka said in a statement that China is keeping an eye on the coronavirus infection in Bangladesh.
China is concerned about the shortage of supplies in Bangladesh in view of the huge demand for vaccines on an emergency basis.
As a result, the announcement of the gift of the vaccine in the second phase is a sign of China’s friendship with Bangladesh.
On May 12, China gave five lakh vaccines as a gift to Bangladesh. However, 30,000 of those vaccines made by Sinofarm have been allocated for Chinese nationals working in Bangladesh.
The six lakh vaccines that China is giving to Bangladesh in the second phase are also made by Sinofarm.
Asked when the six lakh gift vaccines would arrive, Huang Yan said, “We are ready to hand over the vaccines by June 13.
However, it is not yet clear when Bangladesh will take it. I hope these issues will be finalized in the next few days. ‘
News Desk : Trusted Ultra