PM to address media in afternoon

Published: 09 Oct 2019 | Updated: 09 Oct 2019   

Samakal Correspondent

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. - File Photo

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to address a press conference on Wednesday to brief the media about her recently- concluded official visits to India and the United States.

“The press conference will be held at her official Ganabhaban residence at 3:30 pm.

The Prime Minister paid an eight-day official visit from September 22 to 29 in New York, US to attend the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

After returning to home, she paid a four-day visit to India from October 3-6 to attend the India Economic Summit of the World Economic Forum and held bilateral talks with her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. Hasina returned home from India on October 6.


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