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Ambassador of Bangladesh paid a courtesy visit to the Prime Minister of Kuwait
August 28, 2014, 5:03 pm

Ambassador of Bangladesh H.E. Major General Mohammad Ashab Uddin, ndc, psc, met His Highness Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, the Hon'ble Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait and handed over an Invitation to him from Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Hon'ble Prime Minister of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh at Kuwaiti Prime Minister's office on 24 August 2014.

H.E. Major General Mohammad Ashab Uddin, ndc, psc was received by His Highness the Prime Minister at his office and exchanged words of courtesy and pleasantries. H.E. the Ambassador extended his gratitude for the call on and expressed the greetings on behalf of Hon'ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh to the Prime Minister of Kuwait.

During the meeting the Ambassador reiterated the excellent bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Kuwait since the inception of Bangladesh in 1971, and thanked the Kuwaiti Government for reopening the Kuwait labour market for Bangladeshi manpower. He urged the Kuwait authority to recruit professionals such as doctors, engineers, nurses, and technician from Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Ambassador further mentioned that to motivate the Bangladeshi nationals to abide by the Kuwait laws customs and traditions, the embassy has been carrying out a number of programs including Bengali programs on Kuwait Radio. He reiterated that the Bangladeshi community in Kuwait is much more disciplined than before. They proved that they are a hard working, dedicated and law abiding work force.    

His Highness the Prime Minister paid a kind hearing to the Ambassador, and also conveyed his heartfelt thanks for the invitation of Hon'ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh. H.H. also expressed his kind intention to visit the brotherly country, Bangladesh at a mutually convenient time.  Among others S.M. Mahbubul Alam, Counsellor & HOC,  K.M. Ali Reza, First Secretary (Labour) and the other dignitaries from the Prime Minister's office of Kuwait were present during the meeting.


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