The arrival of Corona in the Rohingya camps during the current Corona time could bring more disaster to Bangladesh. In this situation steps should be taken strictly. Domestic and foreign news are in turmoil in terms of Coronavirus issues in Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh. Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bangladesh is trying to resolve Rohingya issues through UN. To engage the international community to meet up the mammoth humanitarian needs for the Rohingya people residing in Bangladesh State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam is working very clearly. He is working on the Rohingya refugee problem in Bangladesh. The Minister of Foreign Affairs is working hard to provide better humanitarian assistance to the Rohingya who have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh and how to repatriate them to Myanmar, and he has made Bangladesh’s position very clear at many high-level UN meetings.
This is uncertain time of the world. He is working very sincerely and cleanly for all the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Bangladeshis who work abroad in this pandemic situation.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bangladesh called on the United Kingdom to set up a special fund
In the uncertain time in Corona, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam has called on the United Kingdom government to take necessary steps to continue the import of garments from Bangladesh.
He also requested the UK government to set up a special fund for its buyers. This information was given in a press release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday (May 19). Shahriar Alam made the request in a telephone conversation with the Minister of State for External Affairs Lord Ahmed (State Minister for South Asia and Commonwealth).
Shahriar Alam note
At the time, Shahriar Alam noted that UK buyers in the readymade garments sector had canceled or suspended orders worth about 300 million. As a result, the livelihood of about 1 million workers and their family members working in this sector is in uncertainty. This fund will be helpful for the workers and their families working in this sector in Bangladesh.
The issue of the effective role of the Commonwealth in the post-Corona global situation was also discussed.
Lord Ahmed praised the various steps taken by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
Lord Ahmed praised the various steps taken by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to deal with Corona. The two state ministers agreed to work together with the World Health Organization to address the global crisis.
The UK Minister praised the humanity shown by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in sheltering the Rohingya people expelled from Myanmar.
Referring to the United Kingdom as an active country in the Rohingya issue at the United Nations, Lord Ahmed said the United Kingdom would continue its efforts to ensure justice for the Rohingya atrocities and punishment for those involved.
The UK Minister of State expressed confidence in the International Court of Justice’s decision on Myanmar’s genocide and crimes against humanity.
Mr. Shahriar Alam states to prevent Coronavirus-
Shariar Alam states to people that if people leave home, their success will be ruined against coronvirus. He also said I’m not sure now that we can handle this situation. In many cases, we are no longer following the way we did in the first two months.
He has also mentioned the results will not be good. Agricultural work will continue; everyone involved in the work will work to ensure safety. Do not crowd religious institutions. Do not crowd the market. Shopkeepers and buyers will ensure the necessary security even if they have to go to the market for emergency purchases. The tea shops at the corner will remain closed. We want to go back to the previous position. Work on your own initiative. Assist the administration in enforcing government restrictions strictly.
a groundbreaking contribution to the foreign policy
The present Minister of foreign affairs has been making a groundbreaking contribution to the foreign policy of Bangladesh. Md. Shahriar Alam was elected to the Rajshahi-6 (Bagha-Charghat) constituency in the 2014 parliamentary elections. He is currently the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh. Shahriar Alam has been working as an active member of Bangladesh Awami League since 1997. He was elected Member of Parliament for the first term in 2008 and for the second term in 2014.