US Special Envoy John Kerry arrives in Bangladesh to know 'What steps are taken to deal with climate change?'

US Special Envoy John Kerry arrives in Bangladesh to know 'What steps are taken to deal with climate change?'

US Special Envoy on Climate Change John Kerry arrived in Bangladesh on Friday. US President Joe Biden is scheduled to hold an online summit on climate change this month. Prior to this summit, Kerry has come to Bangladesh to learn what steps he has taken to deal with climate change.

According to the State Department, Kerry has visited the United Arab Emirates earlier, where the administration has said that hot weather, less rain, drought, more storms are affecting infrastructure, human health. He also traveled to India, where he discussed these challenges with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Increasing sea level threatens Bangladesh

Some experts have warned that rising sea levels could engulf Bangladesh's vast coastal region and cyclones and tides could harm agriculture which is the livelihood of millions of people. This threatens the world's largest mangrove forest 'Sundarbans' and tigers living in it.

The State Department said that during their discussions, Kerry and Modi focused on clean energy, cooperation on innovation and raising funds for new emerging technologies such as energy storage, green hydrogen, clean industrial processes and agriculture. Biden has invited 40 world leaders including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the summit to be held on April 22-23.

No invitation was sent to Pakistan

Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that we would be happy to state our priority issues. We will also share the steps taken by Bangladesh so far. US President Joe Biden has invited 40 world leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for a 'Leaders' Summit' to be held for the purpose of talks on tackling climate change, but Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's name in this list Is not.

Pakistan's boycott from the summit has caused panic among many analysts. Many raised the question that Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is paying special attention to the environment and global warming. The US State Department last week indicated that Pakistan has not been called for the White House summit.


US: A 12-year-old girl studying in the sixth class rained school bullets, three people, including two students, were injured.

US: A 12-year-old girl studying in the sixth class rained school bullets, three people, including two students, were injured.

According to local time in Idaho, the northwestern state of America, on Thursday, a sixth-grade girl started shooting bullets at the school in public. In this incident, three people were injured by being shot. While showing the bravery, a teacher snatched the gun from him and then this orgy of violence came to an end. The police gave information about it. It has been told that this incident happened in Rigby Middle School and the girl studies in sixth grade. He is between 11 and 12 years old.

Sheriff Steve Anderson of Jefferson County said, the girl pulled out a handgun from her bag and fired several rounds inside and outside the school. He said, among the three people who have been fired, two students and one staff member are there. However, there is no threat to their lives due to the injury of these people. Anderson told the press conference that during the shootout, a teacher bravely snatched the gun from the student's hand and controlled it. After this, the police took the girl in her custody.

Last year, 43 thousand deaths occurred in gun related cases.

The shooting incident is being investigated by the local law enforcement agencies as well as the FBI. In recent weeks, there have been many firing incidents in America. This includes the firing incident at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis, an office building in California, a store in Colorado and several spas in Atlanta. According to the 'Gun Violence Archive', there were 43,000 gun-related deaths in the US last year, including suicide cases.

The gun violence epidemic and international embarrassment: Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden declared the growing gun violence in the country an epidemic and an international embarrassment. He outlined steps to regularize indigenous weapons and pressurized Parliament to reapply the long-standing restrictions on weapons used in the attack. Biden said that whether or not Congress takes action, he will take all measures under his control as president to protect the American people from gun violence. He said that members of Parliament gave many views and expressed their desire. But he did not pass a single new federal law to reduce gun violence.


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