Hasina-May talked about bilateral issues
Published: 05:52 PM, 21 April 2018
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and British Prime Minister Theresa May have been discussed about the bilateral issues on the sidelines of Commonwealth Heads of Government.
In response to a query at the last press conference organized at the conference media centre on Friday night in London Theresa May said she talked with Hasina about bilateral issues.
The four Prime Ministers of Grenada, Samoa, Ghana and Britain were present at the press conference.
There is no Asian leader in the press conference, a journalist from India asked the British Prime Minister if she had a bilateral meeting with any head of state in the Asian countries. In response, Theresa May said that the Commonwealth Conference offers a bilateral meeting.
She said that he had a meeting with heads of government of India and Pakistan and Bangladesh. In these discussions, they talk about the issues related to mutual interests of Britain and Asian countries.
Two years later, the Commonwealth government chief will be holding the next summit in Rwanda, the British Prime Minister told reporters. At this time printed copies of all the decisions passed in the conference were made available to the press.
The decisions include Commonwealth Election Monitoring Guidelines, Commonwealth Bluestar Agreement, within 2030, Enhancement of Intercommon Business Trade to two trillion dollars, Women discrimination through law and policies and the importance of youth in national development planning and policy etc.