PRIDE FOR BANGLADESH: SHEIKH HASINA TO ADDRESS UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CO-CHAIR THE PEACE KEEPING SUMMIT


SHEIKH HASINA TO ADDRESS UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CO-CHAIR THE PEACE KEEPING SUMMIT

UNGA ENPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina will leave Dhaka for the US on September 21 to lead Bangladesh to the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) with a high powered delegation.

On the side lines of UNGA, Sheikh Hasina would participate in a variety of UN meetings and side events and a bilateral meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marking diplomatic success for the country.

During her weeklong visit, Sheikh Hasina is expected to co-chair the peacekeeping summit on September 26 along with US vice-president Joe Biden, Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Rwandan president Paul Kagame, to highlight Bangladesh’s contribution to UN peacekeeping mission.

The Awami League president will also hold bilateral meetings with heads of state and government of India, Nepal, Chili, Qatar and Belarus to uphold the Awami League government’s multifaceted success.

Moreover, she would attend Climate Summit 2014 hosted by UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on September 23 and Global Education First Initiative (GEFI) on September 24.

The prime minister would also address a meeting jointly organized by the UN chambers and US business council.

The prime minister would deliver the country statement on September 27 at the general assembly emphasizing on international peace and security, democracy and good governance, the country’s leading role in women empowerment, rights of migrant workers and government’s steps in poverty alleviation.

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2014

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