Presentation of identity cards of non-resident ambassadors of seven countries to the President of Bangladesh

President Md. Shahbuddin chuppu The non-resident ambassadors of seven countries nominated to Bangladesh presented their identity cards

Ganbold Dambajav of Mongolia, Slobodan Uzunov of North Macedonia, Javier Manuel Paulinich Velarde of the Republic of Peru, Robert Maxian of the Slovak Republic, Mateja Vodev Ghosh of Slovenia, Albert A. Guany of Uruguay and Capaya Rodri of Venezuela at Bangabhaban on Thursday (February 1)Gonzalez introduced them.Later, the President’s press secretary. Zainal Abedin briefed the journalists. Welcoming the new ambassadors, the President urged them to work with Bangladesh to increase trade investment and advance bilateral relations.


The head of state told them that Bangladesh is now a role model for development in the world. Highlighting the bright potential of investment in Bangladesh, he urged the new ambassadors to work on increasing investment in various sectors including infrastructure, energy and information technology.


The President said that Bangladesh produces many world-class products including ready-made clothes, medicines, ceramics. He asked the ambassadors to work to increase the import of these products from Bangladesh.


During the meeting, the new ambassadors highly praised the socio-economic development of Bangladesh. They also expressed their determination to work to increase the mutual cooperation of their respective countries with Bangladesh. The ambassadors sought the full cooperation of the President in carrying out his duties.


Earlier in the morning when they arrived at Bangabhaban, a smart team of cavalry of the Presidential Guard Regiment (PGR) gave them a ‘guard of honour’

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