State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam has said Bangladesh stands ready to share its good practices in the areas of agriculture and food security with countries in comparable situations.
He called on the developed countries to fulfill climate commitments to create a more resilient agriculture and food system.
Shahriar was speaking at the Security Council Open Debate titled ‘Conflict and Food Security' on Friday, noting that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina joined the Global Champions Group on Global Crisis Response set up by the Secretary-General.
The State Minister shared the achievements of Bangladesh in transforming the agriculture sector and achieve food self-sufficiency, which promoted rural development, empowerment of marginalized people, and protection of smallholder farmers, according to a message received here from New York on Saturday.
Recalling the promises of the global community to implement the 2030 Agenda, he said it is imperative to work together to ensure that everyone, everywhere has access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food, leaving no one behind.
The State Minister underscored the importance of enhancing productivity and ensuring effective food storage and distribution systems.