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“We hope the problem will be resolved soon,” the Indian high commissioner told the reporters after a meeting with Awami Jubo League chairman Fazle Shams Parash at the central office of Awami League in the capital’s Bangabandhu Avenue.

The Indian envoy said: "We are increasing the production of coronavirus vaccine. The pandemic situation in India is still at a dangerous stage. So we are not yet able to say the exact time of delivering coronavirus vaccine to Bangladesh."

Parash recalled India’s crucial help during the 1971 Liberation War and said India has always been by Bangladesh side in every issue. “India is our friend of bad days and partner in good days as well,” he said.

Doraiswami watched two documentaries on the humanitarian activities of the Juba League amid the coronavirus crisis in the meeting.

Juba League general secretary Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil and other leaders and workers of the central committee were present during the envoy’s visit.

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