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PM meets President


PM meets President

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday (Nov 18) paid a courtesy call on President Mohammed Shahabuddin at Bangabhaban in Dhaka. During the meeting, the PM discussed various state-level issues, including her recent visit to the Western European country Belgium and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, President's Press Secretary Md Joynal Abedin told media. He said the premier also handed over two reports regarding her Brussels and Jeddah visits to the President.

Sheikh Hasina went to Belgium on Oct 24 on a three-day (Oct 25-27) official visit to attend the "Global Gateway Forum" at the invitation of the European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen. Later, she went to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to attend the international conference on "Women in Islam: Status and Empowerment" in Jeddah.

Saudi Arabia in coordination with the general secretariat of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) hosted the conference on Nov 6-8.

The premier also performed Umrah and Ziarat of the Rawja Mubarak of Great Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) in Medina on the sidelines of the summit.

President Shahabuddin thanked the PM for her recent successful foreign visits.

The Bangabhaban spokesperson said the President and the PM exchanged pleasantries and inquired about each other's health during the meeting. The PM wished President's early recovery as he recently underwent a cardiac bypass surgery in a Singapore hospital.

Earlier, on her arrival at Bangabhaban at about 11:15 a.m., President and his spouse Dr Rebecca Sultana welcomed the PM with a bouquet. The PM also presented a bouquet of flowers to the head of the state and his spouse.

Secretaries concerned to the President and Prime Minister's Office were present there.

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