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President, PM congratulate Trump, invite him to Bangladesh

President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have congratulated President-elect of the United States Donald Trump on his victory in the US presidential election.

In separate messages, the Bangladeshi leadership extended their heartiest congratulations on his victory and invited him and First Lady Melania Trump to visit Bangladesh to see the phenomenal development that is taking place in Bangladesh.

In his message, President Hamid said the US will march forward further on the path of progress and peace under the leadership of Donald Trump.

“Bangladesh firmly believes that under your able leadership, the existing friendly relations between the two countries would further strengthen in the days ahead. We would like to work closely with you in bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interest,” he said.

The president wished good health and a successful tenure for Trump and continued peace and prosperity of the people of the United States.

 

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a letter, hours after the victory of the new president, hoped of boosting ties with US under his leadership and invited Trump and his wife to visit Bangladesh.
“I am confident that under your leadership, the existing bilateral relation between our two friendly nations would be further strengthened,” she said in the letter.

“I look forward to working closely with you for advancing our bilateral and multilateral interests and contributing to create a safe and secured world, where our coming generations could live and continue to prosper peacefully.”

“I cordially invite you and Mrs Melania Trump to visit Bangladesh at a mutually convenient time and see for yourself the phenomenal development that took place in Bangladesh in the recent years.”

The prime minister wished Trump a good health, long life and happiness, and the warm and friendly people of the United States continued peace, progress and prosperity.

source:Daily star

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