Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen is going to visit Germany and France to attend two separate conferences on security cooperation. The foreign minister is scheduled to leave Dhaka tonight to attend the two security conferences.
The minister will attend ‘58th Munich Security Conference’ in Germany to be held from 18 to 20 February. The Munich Security Conference has been the most important independent forum for decision-making on international security policy for the past four decades.
- Foreign Minister to attend two security related conferences from February 18
- Foreign Ministers of 30 Indo-Pacific countries invited to attend Paris conference
- Munich Security Conference most important independent forum for decision-making on international security policy for past four decades
After attending the conference in Germany, the minister will leave Munich for Paris on 21 February. He will attend a ministerial-level forum on Pacific Cooperation to be held in Paris on February 22.
France, the host country of the meeting, is chairing the European Council. In addition to the high-level representatives of Europol’s foreign affairs and security policy, the foreign ministers of 30 Indo-Pacific countries have been invited to attend the meeting.
The minister will fly back home after a six-day visit.