File photo of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, left, and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan Has been collected
The prime minister tells Imran Khan about the current flood situation in Bangladesh when he asks
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday called Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina by telephone and was curious about the coronavirus situation in Bangladesh.
“The Pakistani prime minister called Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at around 1 pm and wanted to know from him about the situation of the corona virus in Bangladesh and how his government is fighting the deadly disease,” Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim told BSS.
During a 15-minute telephone conversation, the Bangladeshi prime minister told Imran Khan about the steps taken by his government to treat Covid-19 patients and to curb the transmission of the disease, the press secretary said.
The prime minister also told Imran Khan about the current flood situation in Bangladesh when he asked, Karim said.
At the beginning of the conversation, the two leaders exchanged pleasantries, he added.