The fourth shipment of COVID-19 vaccine donated by China to Bangladesh arrived in the country's capital Dacca on Aug 13.
The first three batches of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines donated by China arrived in Bangladesh on May 12 and June 13.
The shipment of vaccine is loaded at the airport in Tianjin, China.
At such a difficult time, with the second wave of the pandemic raging in Bangladesh, a country in desperate need of vaccines, China's vaccine donations have drawn widespread acclaim from all walks of life in Bangladesh.
Since the global outbreak of COVID-19 last year, China and Bangladesh have continued to work together to fight the pandemic and overcome difficulties, vividly demonstrating the profound friendship between the two countries and their people.
The shipment of vaccine is unloaded after it arrived in Dacca.
Solidarity and cooperation are the most powerful weapon for humanity to overcome COVID-19. In the face of its own huge vaccination demand, China has done its utmost to support Bangladesh with vaccines, which is a concrete manifestation of China's commitment to make its vaccine a global public good, and the country's contribution to achieving vaccine accessibility and affordability in developing countries.
China has fully demonstrated its firm friendship with and support to Bangladesh in practice. China hopes that the vaccine aid to Bangladesh will play a positive role in protecting the lives and health of its people and help the country fight the pandemic.
Photo shows vaccines' refrigerated packing boxes at the cargo terminal at the airport in Tianjin, China.