1:48 am, Thursday, 25 April 2024

PM off to Germany to attend Munich Security Conference

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka for Germany on Thursday morning on a three-day official visit to attend Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2024.

A flight of the Biman Bangladesh Airlines departed Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 11:00am carrying the prime minister and her entourage members.

This is her first official tour abroad since being re-elected as the prime minister for the fourth consecutive term in last month’s parliamentary polls.

The Munich Security Conference is considered the world’s leading forum for debating security issues.

During her stay in Munich from February 16-18, Sheikh Hasina will also hold meetings with German chancellor, Ukraine’s president, prime ministers of Denmark and the Netherlands on the sidelines of the security conference.

Indian external affairs minister will also call on the Bangladesh prime minister.

On February 16 morning, Silvana Koch-Mehrin, President of Women Political Leaders (WPL) is likely to pay a courtesy call on the Prime Minister at the bilateral meeting room of her place of residence.

At noon, Rt Hon Lord Cameron, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of United Kingdom, is expected to pay a call on the Bangladesh premier at the bilateral meeting room of her place of residence.

Sheikh Hasina may join the opening of the conference and welcome remarks by the Conference Chair at Conference Hall, Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

On the same day, Axel Van Trotsenburge, Senior Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnership, World Bank will pay a call on the Prime Minister at the meeting room, conference venue.

Later, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Sheikh Hasina will later attend a panel discussion titled “From Pocket to Planet: Scaling up Climate Finance” at Main Hall I, Hotel Bayerischer Hof
On the same day, Axel Van Trotsenburge, Senior Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnership, World Bank will pay a call on the Prime Minister at the meeting room, conference venue.

Later, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Sheikh Hasina will later attend a panel discussion titled “From Pocket to Planet: Scaling up Climate Finance” at Main Hall I, Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

At night, the Prime Minister is likely to join a community reception of the Bangladeshi expatriates in Germany at Burgerhaus Garching.

On February 17, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of the Netherlands at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Afterwards, S. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs of India, will pay a call on the Prime Minister at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Svenja Schulze, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany will pay a call on the Bangladesh premier at the Conference Venue.

A meeting between Sheikh Hasina and Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany will be held at Garden Salon, Conference Venue.

The premier will later attend Ewald Von Kleist award ceremony and state dinner at Kisersaal Munich Residence.

On February 18, the Prime Minister will depart München Franz Josef Strauss Airport, Munchen, Germany for Dhaka by a Biman Bangladesh flight BG-208 at 21:10 (Munich time).

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PM off to Germany to attend Munich Security Conference

Update Time : 05:03:26 pm, Thursday, 15 February 2024

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka for Germany on Thursday morning on a three-day official visit to attend Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2024.

A flight of the Biman Bangladesh Airlines departed Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 11:00am carrying the prime minister and her entourage members.

This is her first official tour abroad since being re-elected as the prime minister for the fourth consecutive term in last month’s parliamentary polls.

The Munich Security Conference is considered the world’s leading forum for debating security issues.

During her stay in Munich from February 16-18, Sheikh Hasina will also hold meetings with German chancellor, Ukraine’s president, prime ministers of Denmark and the Netherlands on the sidelines of the security conference.

Indian external affairs minister will also call on the Bangladesh prime minister.

On February 16 morning, Silvana Koch-Mehrin, President of Women Political Leaders (WPL) is likely to pay a courtesy call on the Prime Minister at the bilateral meeting room of her place of residence.

At noon, Rt Hon Lord Cameron, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of United Kingdom, is expected to pay a call on the Bangladesh premier at the bilateral meeting room of her place of residence.

Sheikh Hasina may join the opening of the conference and welcome remarks by the Conference Chair at Conference Hall, Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

On the same day, Axel Van Trotsenburge, Senior Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnership, World Bank will pay a call on the Prime Minister at the meeting room, conference venue.

Later, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Sheikh Hasina will later attend a panel discussion titled “From Pocket to Planet: Scaling up Climate Finance” at Main Hall I, Hotel Bayerischer Hof
On the same day, Axel Van Trotsenburge, Senior Managing Director, Development Policy and Partnership, World Bank will pay a call on the Prime Minister at the meeting room, conference venue.

Later, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Denmark at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Sheikh Hasina will later attend a panel discussion titled “From Pocket to Planet: Scaling up Climate Finance” at Main Hall I, Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

At night, the Prime Minister is likely to join a community reception of the Bangladeshi expatriates in Germany at Burgerhaus Garching.

On February 17, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of the Netherlands at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Afterwards, S. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs of India, will pay a call on the Prime Minister at Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Svenja Schulze, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany will pay a call on the Bangladesh premier at the Conference Venue.

A meeting between Sheikh Hasina and Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany will be held at Garden Salon, Conference Venue.

The premier will later attend Ewald Von Kleist award ceremony and state dinner at Kisersaal Munich Residence.

On February 18, the Prime Minister will depart München Franz Josef Strauss Airport, Munchen, Germany for Dhaka by a Biman Bangladesh flight BG-208 at 21:10 (Munich time).