Update May 31, 2019

Dhaka 1-54 pm, 09-May, 2021

PM leaves Japan for Saudi Arabia to attend OIC Summit

Mirajul Moin Joy

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left here this morning for Saudi Arabia to attend the 14th conference of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) wrapping up her four-day official visit to Japan.

The premier departed Haneda International Airport, Tokyo around 9.45 am (local time) for Jeddah by a special flight (BG-1512) of Biman Bangladesh Airlines.

Japanese state minister for foreign affairs Toshiko Abe and Bangladeshi ambassador to Japan Rababa Fatima saw the premier off at the airport.

The flight will reach the King Abdulaziz International Airport, Jeddah at 5:25 pm (Saudi time). From there, the premier will go to Makkah to attend the OIC conference.

In the evening, she will attend the opening ceremony of the OIC summit at Safa Palace, Makkah.

Saudi Arabia is hosting the 14th session of the OIC Islamic Summit in
Makkah on May 31 and on June 1.

Sheikh Hasina will perform Umrah in Makkah on June 1.

On June 2 morning, the prime minister will depart Jeddah for Madinah by air and offer Fateha at the Rawza Mubarak (grave) of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH).

In the evening she will leave Madinah for Jeddah by air.

On June 3, the prime minister will depart Jeddah for Helsinki, Finland at 1:10 am (Saudi time).

She will land at Helsinki International Airport at 1pm (Finland time) the same day.

During her stay in Japan from May 28 to 31, the prime minister held
bilateral talks with her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe.

After the talks, Bangladesh and Japan signed their 40th Official
Development Assistance (ODA) deal involving US$ 2.5 billion for implementing four projects.

The premier addressed the 25th Nikkei International Conference in Tokyo as one of the keynote speakers and attended several meetings including a community reception by Bangladeshi expatriates.

She left Dhaka for Tokyo on May 28 on her 12-day tri-nation tour in Japan, Saudi Arabia and Finland.

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