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Bangladesh And Malaysia Will Work Together More In Many Areas – High Commissioner

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KUALA LUMPUR — Md. Golam Sarwar, the High Commissioner of Bangladesh to Malaysia, said that bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and Malaysia has improved in many areas.

This, he said, included hiring workers, education, commerce and trade, investment, economic and technical assistance, culture, energy, tourism, and developing human resources.

He said this in his opening remarks at a reception here in Dhaka on Wednesday to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence and national day and the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Bangladesh.

The High Commissioner also talked about how much Bangladesh has improved in social and economic areas under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and how the South Asian country wants to be a developed Sonar Bangla (Golden Bangladesh) by 2041, just as Bangladesh’s Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, had hoped.

“bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and Malaysia has improved in many areas.”

– Md. Golam Sarwar

enior Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof was the event’s special guest. Asaduzzaman Khan, Bangladesh’s Minister of Home Affairs, and Imran Ahmad, Bangladesh’s Minister of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment, were invited as special guests.

Ambassadors, diplomats, high-ranking government officials, business leaders, media people, and members of the Bangladeshi community were also there.

In his speech, Imran Ahmad talked about how good the relationships between Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur are because they are based on shared values, religion, and historical ties.

He said that Bangladesh was ready to send new workers to Malaysia if they could do so in a fair and open way.

51st Anniversary of Independence & National Day of Bangladesh event. (Image by: Bangladesh High Commissioner in Malaysia)

The Bangladesh minister also thanked the Malaysian government for helping and supporting the Rohingya people in different international forums.

In his speech, Asaduzzaman Khan focused on how Bangladesh has changed under the strong leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. He said that Bangladesh has literally risen from the ashes of the horrible war of 1971.

Bangladeshi and Malaysian artists performed dances and songs at a cultural event to show how close their countries are. – BERNAMA

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