Bangladesh Prime Minister on the way to London 30-9.10A59
(33.93) Bangladesh Prime Minister on the way to London
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left for home after the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) joined. The aircraft carrying him will abort 10 hours in London. The aircraft carrying the Prime Minister and her entourage flew to London on Saturday at 8:20 pm local time. The plane is expected to reach London Heathrow Airport at 7:45 am on Sunday, local time in London.
After over 10 hours in London, the Prime Minister will leave London for Dhaka on a VVIP flight of the Bangladesh Biman. The plane is scheduled to reach Dhaka on Monday morning.
The Prime Minister gave a speech on the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, and on that day, the meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres
On the sidelines of the UNGA, Sheikh Hasina held a bilateral meeting with Dutch Queen Maxima and Estonia's President Karts Keluzulaid. US Secretary of State Mike Pumppie also met him.
The Prime Minister took part in a dinner hosted by US President Donald Trump.
On the occasion of joining the UN General Assembly, he attended several high level programs including the Rohingya crisis, cyber security, peacekeeping, empowerment of women, women education and problems related to the world's drug problem.
Sheikh Hasina attended the lunch and roundtable meeting organized by the US Chamber of Commerce.
During the United Nations General Assembly meeting, the Prime Minister received two international awards. These are: International News Agency Inter-Press Service (IPS) 'International National Achievement Award' and 'Global Distribution Award for Outstanding Leadership' Award by Global Hope Coalition, a network of three non-profit foundations based in New York, Zurich and Hong Kong.
He joined a citizen reception hosted by expatriate Bangladeshis living in the United States and spoke at a press conference.