Emanuel Macron gave a warm welcome to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the President of France.
On Tuesday (November 9), Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visited the Elysee Palace on the first day of her visit to Paris at noon.
Upon arrival at the palace, the presidential guards gave the guard a guard of honor. Then French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took two photos. The two leaders later had lunch and a meeting at the Elegie Palace.
Education Minister was with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the time. Dipu Moni, Foreign Minister. Ake Abdul Momen, Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister. Ahmed Kaikaus, Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen, Bangladesh Ambassador to Paris Khandaker Mohammad Talha.
Later, members of the Republican Guard gave the Static Guard of Honor to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
In the evening, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Jean Castex at the official residence of the Prime Minister of France, Matigan.
After visiting Glasgow, Scotland and London, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Paris on Tuesday (November 9) at 11:20 a.m. local time on a VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines. At the Paris airport, 21 guards gave a static guard of honor to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
During her visit to Paris, the Prime Minister will attend the Paris Peace Forum. He will also take part in a number of programs at the UNESCO headquarters, including the distribution of the ‘UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’ award for creative economics.
Earlier, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Glasgow, Scotland on October 31 to attend the UN Climate Conference (COP 28). While there, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took part in the main phase of the COP-27 Climate Conference as well as a number of high-level meetings on the sidelines.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Glasgow. He also met with various heads of state and government, including Prince Charles, heir to the British throne.