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2024-04-20 17:52:16

Dhaka ready to welcome Qatar’s Emir

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Dhaka ready to welcome Qatar’s Emir

Bangladesh has taken all necessary preparations to welcome Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani who will arrive on Monday on a two-day state visit which might see the signing of nearly a dozen of cooperation documents to strengthen ties in multiple areas including trade and investment.

The government, in a gazette notification, has already declared the emir as a very important person during his two-day visit to Bangladesh, UNB reported.  

Some of the Dhaka streets are seen decorated with the photos of Qatar emir, along with Bangladesh president and the prime minister ahead of the visit.

Such a high-level visit, which will last 24 hours, is taking place from friendly country Qatar nearly after 19 years.

The then Emir of Qatar Shaikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani visited Bangladesh in April, 2005.

Foreign Ministry officials said the agreements and MoUs are likely to be signed on enhancing trade and investment, prisoners exchange, avoidance of double taxation, manpower export, cooperation in the field of religion and higher education.

However, the exact number of documents which will be signed between two countries could not be known.


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