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Pakistan FM conveys best wishes to Sheikh Hasina

07 August 2022


Diplomatic Correspondent  :
Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has conveyed his best wishes to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
In a tweet on Saturday, he also said that he had the pleasure of meeting Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on the sidelines of ASEAN Regional Forum meeting in Cambodia on Friday.
"I conveyed to him Pakistan's commitment to close friendly ties with our brothers and sisters of Bangladesh and also conveyed my best wishes to PM Sheikh Hasina," the tweet said.
Earlier on Wednesday, Bilawal Bhutto, on his way to Cambadia, made a brief stopover at the Chattogram Airport where he met Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud.
They also exchanged books from each other's countries as gifts. During his around 40 minutes of staying, Pakistan Foreign Minister conveyed his compliments and message of goodwill to Dr AK Abdul Momen and the people of Bangladesh.

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