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Hire skilled manpower from Bangladesh

President urges three countries
UNB
Hire skilled manpower from Bangladesh
President Abdul Hamid

President Abdul Hamid yesterday urged New Zealand, Malta and Peru to recruit skilled manpower from Bangladesh, reports UNB.

The President came up with the call when newly appointed envoys of the three countries presented their credentials to him at Bangabhaban.

Non-resident High Commissioners of New Zealand and Malta Joanna Kempkers and Stephen Borg respectively, and non-resident Ambassador of Peru Jorge Juan Castaneda Mendez presented their credentials to the President in three subsequent ceremonies.

President's Press Secretary Joynal Abedin briefed reporters after the meetings.

Receiving their credentials, President Hamid appreciated Bangladesh's ties with the three countries and called upon them to play their due role in enhancing the trade and economic relations with Bangladesh for mutual benefits.

He categorically said Bangladesh always gives importance to the enhanced bilateral and multilateral relations with all countries, hoping that the existing relations with those countries will reach a new height in the coming days.

The President said Bangladesh has earned international reputation in producing world standard pharmaceuticals, world-class readymade garments, jute-made materials, ceramic products and leather goods, and asked the envoys to take steps to import these goods from Bangladesh.

He stressed exchanging high-level visits for consolidating the existing relations further.

Hamid assured the envoys of his all-out cooperation in discharging their duties in Bangladesh.

Secretaries concerned to the President were present.

Earlier, on their arrival at Bangabhaban, a contingent of the President Guard Regiment (PGR) gave the envoys guards of honour.

 

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