The country's image will be enhanced through the work of migrant Bangladeshis: Newly appointed ambassador to Saudi Arabia

The ambassador called for increasing the image of the country through the work of Bangladeshi immigrants living in Saudi Arabia. Mohammad Javed Patwari BPM (Bar).

The newly appointed ambassador of Bangladesh in Saudi Arabia recently made this call in a greeting message given to Bangladeshi immigrants living in Saudi Arabia through social media.

On August 22, Ambassador Dr. Mohammad Javed Patwari BPM (Bar) took charge of Bangladesh Embassy in Saudi Arabia.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced a vision to build a middle-income country by 2021 and a developed Bangladesh by 2041 with the aim of building Sonar Bangla, the dream of the father of the nation under her dynamic leadership.

Calling upon the expatriates, let us all devote ourselves to building a happy, prosperous Bangabandhu's Golden Bangla together. Send our hard earned money to Bangladesh legally.

Javed Patwari said, the expatriate service center has been opened to easily deliver consular services of the embassy to the doorsteps of expatriates living in different parts of Saudi Arabia. Where expatriates can easily receive all other consular services including passport renewal.

He said that the embassy is always active in facilitating service delivery and bringing transparency. He welcomed any suggestions from the diaspora to modernize the embassy's services.

Ambassador said. Mohammad Javed Patwari expressed sincere thanks to the Custodians of the Two Holy Mosques, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their magnanimity.

Ambassador Dr. Mohammad Javed Patwari urged expatriates to follow all hygiene rules to prevent the spread of coronavirus. He advised the expatriates to abide by all the laws and regulations of the Saudi government.

The country's image is tarnished abroad and urged to refrain from such actions. He mentioned the embassy's provision of emergency assistance and medical advice to expatriates during the coronavirus outbreak.

Thanking the ambassador's speech, he expressed his confidence in the embassy and expressed optimism about the various initiatives taken by the embassy.

Ambassador Dr. Mohammad Javed Patwari BPM (Bar) met Prince Faisal Bin Farhan, Deputy Minister of Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs on August 26 and exchanged greetings.

The Ambassador met on August 31 with the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps Daya ad-Din Bamakhrama, the Ambassador of Djibouti, exchanged greetings and discussed various issues.

Apart from this, Ambassador of India appointed in Saudi Arabia. Awsaf met Sayeed and expressed deep grief over the death of President of India Pranab Mukherjee.

At this time Dr. Javed Patwari signed condolence book of Indian Embassy and conveyed condolence message to Indian Ambassador.

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