Meeting with the Secretary of State for Enterprise, Trade and Employment in Ireland

Foreign Minister and Awami League joint general secretary. Hasan Mahmud said that even after being elected five times, including the fourth time in a row, Awami League will not suffer from complacency. We will guard the country for the next five years as we have guarded the ballot box and the streets.

He expressed this conviction in a speech given at a party discussion program presided over by Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina on the occasion of celebrating the 104th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National Children’s Day-2024 at Awami League’s Dhaka district office in Tejgaon of the capital on Monday afternoon.

Dr. Hasan said, ‘BNP burnt people alive and set fire to trains while resisting the election, but could not resist the election. It was a wonderful fair and peaceful election. 80 countries of the world, 32 international organizations have congratulated the prime minister on his re-election. Seeing this, BNP is now crying, distributing leaflets, and wondering what else can be done. Hope they don’t go to the path of sabotage like before. But we have to be careful. So we are not complacent, we will guard the country for the next five years.’

Regarding the ongoing politics at that time, the foreign minister also said that although frogs are small, their voices are loud, some small political parties and abandoned leaders are making loud noises lately. I don’t want to say their names, but there are no people with them. They had a meeting with 20 people in front of 100 people on the stage and the rest with the media.

Meeting with the Secretary of State for Enterprise, Trade and Employment in Ireland

Ireland’s Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney (Simon Coveney) visited Bangladesh on Monday afternoon at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at Segunbagicha in the capital. Meeting with Hasan Mahmud. Ireland’s ambassador to India, Kevin Kelly, who is in charge of Bangladesh, was present at the time.

Foreign Minister Hasan thanked the Minister of Ireland for the inauguration of the Honorary Consulate in Dhaka today and requested to increase the employment of Bangladeshis in Ireland, especially by introducing the submission of student visa applications to the Honorary Consulate in Dhaka. He also sought Ireland’s support to continue the Everything But Arms (EBA) and ‘GSP Plus’ benefits of the European Union even after Bangladesh has been promoted to a middle-income country.

Ireland’s Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, said that he views the visit as his country’s first full ministerial visit to Bangladesh with great importance, and expressed consensus that more manpower and students from this country would go to Ireland. Minister Kovni also responded positively to the foreign minister’s call for increased investment and diversificationForeign Minister Hasan Mahmud welcomed the United Nations goodwill ambassador visiting Bangladesh at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport this morning and in the afternoon, Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Pan Pacific Hotel Sonargaon in Kawranbazar of the capitaltook partSweden’s Minister of International Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade, Johan Forsell, who is traveling with the princess, was present at the meeting.

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