In a tweet message on Friday (March 8th), Narendra Modi proposed to the leaders of SAARC countries to fight against coronavirus.
Six countries, including Bangladesh, have agreed to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal to adopt a strong strategy for SAARC countries to fight the deadly coronavirus.
In a tweet message on Friday (March 7th), Modi proposed a strategy for leaders of SAARC countries to fight against coronavirus.
In a tweet, he said, “Together we can set an example to the world and we can build a beautiful world in the fight against the Kovid-1 Corona virus. We can talk through video conferencing to find ways to keep our citizens healthy. ”
Within hours of Modi’s tweet, Riva Ganguly Das, the Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka, went to the Foreign Minister’s house to formally hand over the Indian Prime Minister’s proposal regarding the video conference.
Later that evening, the Foreign Minister. AK Abdul Momen said, “Our Prime Minister called the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal a good proposal and agreed to join a video conference with the heads of SAARC countries to adopt a robust strategy in the fight against Quid-1.”
Asked when the video conference would be held, the Foreign Minister said the date and time have not yet been finalized. But will be done soon.
On the other hand, in response to Modi’s tweet, six other SAARC countries besides Bangladesh – Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Afghanistan – and heads of state or their spokesmen also supported it.
Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister Shahriar Alam also said in a tweet that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina welcomed the Indian Prime Minister’s proposal and is looking forward to constructive talks with South Asian leaders during this difficult time in the region and the world.
Coronavirus has already spread to 120 countries worldwide. So far 120 lives have been lost and 1 lakh 5 thousand 5 people have been affected.