Fiji coach Shane Jurgensen says he's comfortable with the security arrangements that have been put in place for the Under 19 Cricket World Cup, which gets underway in Bangladesh this month.
Last week the Australian team withdrew from the tournament because of concerns over the safety and security of their squad.
Cricket Australia postponed a Test tour of Bangladesh in October last year for similar reasons and said their advice is the situation had not improved.
Fiji coach Shane Jurgensen used to coach in Bangladesh and was there last month for the domestic T20 competiton.
He says Australia's decision to pull out came as a surprise but has been assured by the International Cricket Council that everything is under control and teams will be looked after.
"I felt comfortable being there, I didn't have any real issues. I have to admit it's not the same place when I lived there for three years: there's certainly an air of maybe tension compared to previously but it's still quite safe - I felt safe anyway so you've just got to be smart in what you do and don't go out alone and do certain things with security. The ICC have offered to pay for every team to have their own security specialist or liaison so I'm working through that".
The Fiji squad is currently in midway through a two-week training camp on Australia's Sunshine Coast as part of their final World Cup preparations.