The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center recently delivered nearly 1.5 million coronavirus vaccine doses provided by Saudi Arabia to Bangladesh.
The aid confirms the strong relations between the two countries, which aims to help combat the pandemic, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
It was handed over by Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Bangladesh, Issa bin Youssef Al-Duhailan, to Bangladesh's health minister, Zahid Maleque, in the presence of the foreign affairs minister, A. K. Abdul Momen.
Al-Duhailan said the international efforts of Saudi Arabia stemmed from its humanitarian role in helping people and countries to confront the pandemic.
The medical aid comes within the framework of the assistance being provided by the Kingdom, represented by KSrelief, to different countries to support international efforts aimed at confronting and limiting the risks of the pandemic.