Big scholars are showing radish in the name of vaccine: Foreign Minister

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that big scholars are showing radish in the name of vaccination. The G-7 countries met a few days ago and said that they will give 100 million doses of vaccines to poor countries. Just hearing stories about this. But no one is interested in giving.

On Tuesday, he said these things to journalists at his office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The foreign minister said, everyone is giving assurances. I say everyone is showing radishes. The biggest solution will be when we develop vaccines ourselves. If you make your own vaccine, you don't have to look to others.

The minister said, rich countries are sitting on vaccines. As much as their population

Meanwhile, the leaders of the Alliance-7 of the industrialized countries of the world have promised to give 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine to the poor countries to control the epidemic. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave this information at the end of the G-7 summit on June 13.

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