The Prime Minister has laid the foundation stone of the new Chanri building of the Bangladesh High Commission in Brunei

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has laid the foundation stone of the new Bangladesh High Commission building in Brunei. He laid the foundation stone of the building on Tuesday (April 23). The building is being set up in Jalan Kebanzapane, the diplomatic zone in the Bruneian capital. The ceremony was attended by senior officials of the Prime Minister’s office, including the visit.
On a three-day state visit to Brunei, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held a bilateral meeting with Sultan Hassal Balya of the country, where 7 memorandum of Understanding was signed.
The Prime Minister also took part in a number of State programmes including the event organized by the Bangladesh-Brunei Business Forum. The Prime Minister’s return to the country on Tuesday night after his visit.
DHAKA, Tuesday, April 23, H B News

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The Prime Minister has laid the foundation stone of the new Chanri building of the Bangladesh High Commission in Brunei

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has laid the foundation stone of the new Bangladesh High Commission building in Brunei. He laid the foundation stone of the building on Tuesday (April 23). The building is being set up in Jalan Kebanzapane, the diplomatic zone in the Bruneian capital. The ceremony was attended by senior officials of the Prime Minister’s office, including the visit.
On a three-day state visit to Brunei, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held a bilateral meeting with Sultan Hassal Balya of the country, where 7 memorandum of Understanding was signed.
The Prime Minister also took part in a number of State programmes including the event organized by the Bangladesh-Brunei Business Forum. The Prime Minister’s return to the country on Tuesday night after his visit.
DHAKA, Tuesday, April 23, H B News

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