Ambassadors designate of Ethiopia, Mauritania and Tunisia to Bangladesh separately presented their credentials to President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhban this afternoon.
The all non-resident envoys are: Asfaw Dingamo Kame of Ethiopia, Sidi Mohamed Hanenna of Mauritania and Adel Elarbi of Tunisia.
Welcoming the ambassadors, the President said the foreign policy of Bangladesh is friendship to all and malice to none. Bangladesh gives importance to bilateral relations.
He hoped the bilateral relations with the countries will be expanded during their assignments in Bangladesh. President's Press secretary Joynal Abedin briefed reporters after the meeting.
Abdul Hamid said Bangladesh produces world-class pharmaceuticals, RMG and ceramic products and the countries can import those from Bangladesh.
He advised the ambassadors to take steps to utilize trade and investment potentials between Bangladesh and the countries.
The envoys told the President that they would work to enhance bilateral cooperation with Bangladesh.
They lauded socioeconomic development of Bangladesh.
Secretaries concerned to the President were present.
Earlier, on their arrival at Bangabhaban, the envoys were given guards of honor separately by a contingent of the President's Guard Regiment.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)