Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that she is returning from the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) with friendship for Bangladesh.
She made the remark in response to a query regarding what she was returning home with from the 77th UNGA.
“Friendship, I’m returning home with friendship for Bangladesh. Everyone tried to mention Bangladesh’s development,” the PM said.
PM Hasina was speaking at a press conference held at Bangladesh’s Permanent Mission in the UN.
“The most important thing is that we want peace. I don't want war, I don't want conflict. I think I have been able to convey this message to everyone and everyone has appreciated Bangladesh and our role,” she said.
Replying to another question on investment of expatriates in Bangladesh, the Prime Minister said that investment opportunities have been created so that expats can invest without hassles in the country.
“The government is establishing 100 economic zones for domestic and foreign investment,” she added.
In response to another question, she said, expats who do not have NID can open bank accounts with their passports. “That arrangement has already been made.”