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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returns this morning

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returns this morning

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina/ Photo: Collected.

Staff Correspondent, Barta24.com

Dhaka: After paying visit to three countries for 12 days Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has returned to the capital this morning.

On Saturday(June 8) a special Bangladesh Biman flight reached at Hazrat Shahjalal International airport carrying the Prime Minister at 10-45 morning.

Earlier on last Friday(June 7) evening Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina along with her entourage left Helsinki International airport of Finland by a Qatar airliner and reached to Doha enroute to Dhaka. At 2 O’clock in the night by a special Biman flight and started for Dhaka.

Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka on last May 28 for Japan, Saudi Arabia and Finland. After staying four days in Japan the PM left for Saudi Arabia at the invitation of Saudi King to attend the 14th OIC summit. After three days in Saudi Arabia where she performed Umrah and also performed the Ziarat of the mazar of Prophet Muhammad (PBH) she left for Finland on last June 3.

On the other hand according to the sources of the press wing of the PM, a press conference will be held tomorrow (Sunday) at Ganabhavan lounge at 5 P.M.in the afternoon. In the press conference the PM will hold discussion on her recent visit to three countries.

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