Global food crisis will not hurt Bangladesh too much: Foreign Minister
Due to the epidemic Corona and Russia-Ukraine war situation, there is a fear of global food crisis in the future, but Bangladesh will not suffer much, said Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen, MP. He said, not even an inch of land in Bangladesh will remain empty. The government is trying to ensure food security. If you can manage food, you can manage anything else.
He said these things in response to a question from journalists after inaugurating the four-lane upgrading work of Ambarkhana-Tukerbazar section of Sylhet-Sunamganj road on Friday (October 7) afternoon.
The minister said, the World Bank has said that our GDP is very good. Where the GDP of other countries in the world is like 3 percent, ours is above 6. Bangladesh always works in terms of reality, so there is no reason to worry. Earlier, the foreign minister inaugurated the renovation and four-lane works of Ambarkhana-Tukerbazar road in Sylhet. About 35 crore rupees project has been taken up for renovation and reconstruction of 6 km section of the road.