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US special envoy for climate change John Kerry to reach Dhaka on Apr 9

US special envoy for climate change John Kerry to reach Dhaka on Apr 9

Dhaka, Apr 8 (UNI) US President Joe Biden's Special Envoy for Climate Change and former Secretary of State John Kerry is arriving in Dhaka on Friday.
His visit is to invite Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to the climate conference on April 22-23.
John Kerry will arrive in Dhaka on April 9 for a few hours. He is currently on a tour in India. He will arrive in Dhaka on a special flight from Delhi on Friday. Foreign Minister after coming to Dhaka. AK will have a meeting with Abdul Momen. He will then hold a meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
According to sources, climate issues will be the main topic of discussion during John Kerry's visit to Dhaka. However, bilateral issues may also be discussed between the two countries. The Rohingya issue may also come up for discussion.
Joe Biden's Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry is coming to Dhaka on April 22-23 to invite the United States to a conference on climate issues. He will invite Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to attend the conference on behalf of Joe Biden.
In the United States, this climate conference will be organized through virtual participation with the participation of the heads of state or government of 40 countries. John Kerry is bringing an invitation letter in person to ensure the participation of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
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