President urges Malaysian entrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh
03 November 2015,Nirapad News: President Abdul Hamid on Monday urged the Malaysian intrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh.
The President made the request when Malaysian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Norlin binti Othman made a farewell call on him at Bangabhaban.
During the meeting, President Hamid said Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia are playing an important role for the socioeconomic development of both countries, President’s press secretary Joynal Abedin told UNB.
He urged the Malaysian government to take more workers from Bangladesh.
The President expressed satisfaction over the existing bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Malaysia, and hoped that the recently concluded ministerial meeting would strengthen the ties further.
Norlin said Malaysia considers Bangladesh as a good friend and she would continue her efforts to strengthen the relations between the two countries as a friend of Bangladesh.
The envoy expressed gratitude to the President for extending his all-out cooperation in discharging her duties.
Later, newly appointed cabinet secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam paid a courtesy call on President Abdul Hamid.
During the meeting, the President advised the cabinet secretary to apply new ideas and innovations in implementing new development projects.
Secretaries concerned to the President Office were present.