Covid-19: Bangladesh sends medicines to Indonesia

Bangladesh government has extended supply of medicines to Indonesia in its efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic at the directives of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

“These medicines have been provided with the kind directive of Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina,” a foreign ministry press release said here today.

The consignment of the essential COVID-19 medicines reached Jakarta today where the corona virus has taken a serious toll, it added.

In the process, Bangladesh remains committed to stand beside Indonesia and other South-East Asian countries, said the foreign ministry.

The Embassy of Bangladesh in Jakarta has handed over the medicines to the local authorities.

Beacon Pharma, a Bangladeshi private pharmaceuticals, has joined with the efforts of the government to support the brotherly people of Indonesia.