Momen in NY: Dhaka open to sharing COVID management experience



Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has laid emphasis on sustained and significant funds injected for capacity-building of the health sector, especially in lower income countries.
He welcomed the formation of the financial intermediary fund at the World Bank to complement investments in prevention, preparedness and response (PPR).
Dr Momen stressed on devising a global health strategy that will prepare the world better for any future pandemic.
He underscored the need to create a playbook where the countries will be ready to respond immediately to future health threats.
Dr Momen was speaking at the opening session of the COVID-19 Global Action Plan (GAP) Ministerial held in New York on Friday, September 23.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares Bueno and Botswana Foreign Minister Dr. Lemogang Kwape jointly convened the Ministerial, aiming at bringing together partners to maintain and strengthen political will to address COVID-19 challenges.

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