President M Abdul Hamid on Thursday called upon Brazil to import more quality products from Bangladesh like readymade garments, pharmaceutical products, knitwear and jute items, reports UNB.
“Bangladesh produces many world-class products and Brazil can import those,” the President said when outgoing Brazilian Ambassador to Bangladesh Wanja Campos Da Nobrega met him at Bangabhaban.
During the meeting, the President lauded the role of Nobrega in strengthening bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Brazil and hoped that the ties would be strengthened further in the days to come. President’s Press Secretary Joynal Abedin briefed reporters after the meeting. President Hamid said Bangladesh and Brazil have a common stance over various regional and international issues and support each other.
He said Bangladesh and Brazil enjoy excellent friendly relations based on mutual respect, shared the values of democracy, the rule of law, human dignity and stance against terrorism and militancy.
The Brazilian envoy highly praised the hospitality of Bangladesh’s people, and said Bangladesh is moving towards a marked progress. Nobrega expressed gratitude to the President for extending cooperation in discharging her assignment in Bangladesh.
Secretaries concerned to the President were present.