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German Ambassador cannot ignore Dhaka’s delicious “Mishti Doi”

14 September 2021
German Ambassador cannot ignore Dhaka’s delicious “Mishti Doi”


UNB, Dhaka :

German Ambassador to Bangladesh Achim Troster has fallen in love with Bangladeshi sweet-curd and described it "absolutely delicious."
"No chance to avoid getting fat in Dhaka: Was just offered Mishti Doi for the first time in my life - absolutely delicious!!," he tweeted with a photo of curd.
The Ambassador shared another photo of empty curd plate with a brief caption that reads "Ten seconds later."
He referred that the curd was so delicious that he had finished it fully within 10 seconds.
On September 4, the German Ambassador shared a photo with his wife which demonstrates he loves fun so much.
"Tough times ahead: 4 September and no money left for the rest of the month - unfortunately, my wife has discovered Aarong...," he tweeted.
The new German Ambassador presented his credentials to President Md. Abdul Hamid at a ceremony on August 12.
Ambassador Troster looks forward to strengthening the mutual cooperation during his tenure in Bangladesh, as the two countries embark on their 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations next year.

 

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