Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE (UAE) on a three-day official visit.
A VVIP flight of Bangladesh Airlines landed at Abu Dhabi International Airport with the Prime Minister and his entourage at 8:30pm local time on Sunday.
Bangladesh Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates Mohammad Imran welcomed the Prime Minister at the airport. The Prime Minister was taken to the Shangri-La Hotel in Dubai through a well-equipped motor show. The Prime Minister will stay at the hotel for a three-day state visit.
Earlier on Sunday, the Prime Minister and his entourage left Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at around 5:10 pm.
War Minister to release the Prime Minister AA Mozammel Haque, Road Transport and Bridge Minister Obaidul Quader, Agriculture Minister Dr. Abdur Razzak, Chief Whip Noor-e-Alam Chowdhury Liton, Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism. Mahbub Ali was present at the airport.
In addition, the Cabinet Secretary, the Chief of the three Forces, the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, and senior civil and military officials said goodbye to the Prime Minister.
Sheikh Hasina will attend the ‘Abu Dhabi Sustainable Week’ and ‘Zayed Sustainable Awards Serimony’ at the ICC Hall of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) on Monday morning. Later in the evening, the Prime Minister will attend the Envoys conference organized at her hotel. He will hold meetings with Bangladesh ambassadors from nine countries in the Middle East.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will meet UAE Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Abu Dhabi’s Youth King Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan and UAE’s founder and first president’s wife, Sheikh Fatima Al-Binte Mubarak Binte.
In the afternoon, the Prime Minister will attend an interview session on ‘The Critical Role of Women in Delivery Climate Action’ organized at Hall-11 of ADNEC.
The Prime Minister is expected to return home on Wednesday night after a three-day official visit to the UAE.