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PM urges Commonwealth to enliven memories of Queen

  • Update Time : Saturday, September 17, 2022
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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has suggested that the Commonwealth should do something befitting in memory of late Queen Elizabeth II in remembrance of her dedicated services to the forum over the years.

She made this remark while Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland QC paid a courtesy call on her at her place of residence on Friday.

The Prime Minister dubbed the late Queen as a “motherly figure” and recalled her personal memories with the Queen, according to the Prime Minister’s Press Wing.

The Commonwealth Secretary General paid tribute to the Queen for her abiding commitment to the Commonwealth.

She also expressed her confidence that the legacy would be carried forward by King Charles III as the new Head of the Commonwealth.

Besides, the Prime Minister congratulated the Secretary General on her re-election during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Rwanda in June this year.

The Secretary General lauded Sheikh Hasina for her contributions to women’s empowerment, child development, mental health issues, combating climate change and countering violent extremism.

She once again appreciated the Prime Minister’s leadership in successfully managing the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Bangladesh Prime Minister underscored the importance of  Commonwealth’s economic development activities.

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