The Prime Minister is going to Europe with the tour Dr Kazi Erteza Hasan

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is going to the UN Climate Conference (COP 26) with three proposals including limiting global warming and effective implementation of the climate fund.

The head of government and his entourage will leave Dhaka on Sunday to attend a conference in Glasgow, Scotland;  He will also visit London and Paris on the 14-day tour.

At a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen highlighted various aspects of the Prime Minister's visit to three European countries.

Today, Bangladesh is a wonder in all areas of the world. And the beginning of the surprise is through Sheikh Hasina holding the hand of the father of the nation.  Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is leading Bangladesh from the front in building Bangabandhu's 'Golden Bengal'.

The latest news is that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is going to three European countries on Sunday (October 31) on a 14-day official visit.  As always, he will be accompanied by the editor and publisher of the daily Vorer, vice-president of the Satkhira district Awami League, member of the central sub-committee on industry and commerce of the Bangladesh Awami League and FBCCI director Dr. Kazi Erteza Hasan. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit Glasgow, London and Paris this time.  He will be in Glasgow from November 1 to 3 to attend the Climate Summit COP-26. The Prime Minister will then travel to London for a bilateral meeting. From there he will go directly to Paris to receive the 'Bangabandhu Creative Award' from UNESCO.

In the context of the tour.  Kazi Erteza Hasan said, "I am very happy and very proud to be able to accompany Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her 14-day visit to three European countries.  I believe that Bangladesh will go one step further in developing relations with the outside world through this visit.  Bangladesh believes in friendship. 'He said,' The peace that Bangladesh wants to establish in the world started from the heart of our Bangladeshis. Only when we share happiness, regardless of caste, creed or ethnicity, can true peace be established. '  Erteja Hasan said, "We Bangladeshis believe in equality.  No one is different, everyone is equal.

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