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Presentation of identity cards of ambassadors of three countries to the President

President Md. Sahabuddin today received credentials of ambassadors of three countries assigned to Bangladesh at Bangabhaban.
The three non-resident ambassadors nominated in Dhaka are Kimo Lahdevirta of Finland, Omar Castaneda Solares of Guatemala and Kevin Kelly of Ireland.
After the meeting, President’s press secretary Zainal Abedin said to Bass, welcome the ambassadors to Bangladesh.
The President said that Bangladesh is interested in increasing bilateral and friendly relations with all countries of the world.
He said that besides diplomatic relations, Bangladesh prioritizes trade and investment and increasing relations with the people of the two countries.
Referring to the investment-friendly environment and other facilities in Bangladesh, the head of state urged the ambassadors to increase investment in bilateral potential sectors.
He also mentioned the exchange of visits of mutual trade-investment delegations.
Although President Sahabuddin granted shelter to displaced citizens from Myanmar on humanitarian grounds, it has now become a complex socio-economic problem.
He sought the full cooperation of the friendly countries and the international community for the honorable return of the Rohingyas to their country.
During the meeting, the ambassadors expressed their interest in increasing diplomatic relations with their respective countries.
They expressed grief and sympathy for the damage caused by the recent cyclone ‘Rimmel’.
The ambassadors praised the success of the government and the people in managing various disasters in Bangladesh including Rimmel.
The ambassadors sought the necessary cooperation of the President in carrying out their respective duties.
The concerned secretaries of the President’s Office and the concerned officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were present in the meeting.
Earlier, a cavalry troop of the President’s Guard Regiment (PGR) provided a ‘guard of honour’ to the ambassadors as part of the ceremony as they arrived at Bangabhaban.