In his message, the President mentioned that Bangladesh and Kenya share excellent relations both at bilateral and multilateral levels.
He conveyed his strong conviction that the close bonds of friendship and cooperation that happily exist between the two countries would gather momentum in the coming days to the mutual benefit of the two peoples.
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The Prime Minister, in her message, said Bangladesh and Kenya enjoy excellent bilateral relations that are marked by common ethos, similar views, quest for development and mutual respect and goodwill.
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She pointed out that the present cordial relationship would open up newer opportunities in the mutually beneficial areas of trade and commerce, investment, connectivity, people-to-people contacts, etc. through concerted efforts for the common prosperity of the two nations.
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The President and the Prime Minister also extended best wishes for good health, happiness and long life of the President of Kenya, and continued peace, progress and prosperity for the friendly people of Kenya.
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