DHAKA — The Bangladesh-China Friendship Center (BCFC) organized a discussion along with an art contest and photo exhibition in Dhaka on Dec 9 to mark the sound development of relations between Bangladesh and China.
Eminent Dhaka University professor Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque, Chinese embassy official Tao Yun, journalist Amanullah Kabir and BCFC President Delwar Hossain, among others, spoke at the event attended by government officials, academicians, diplomats, senior politicians, journalists and businessmen.
They lauded the economic achievements of China, highly appraised the fast development of China-Bangladesh relations over the past decades and expressed their heartfelt thanks to the assistance that China had provided to Bangladesh.
They said the sound development of Bangladesh-China ties has not only brought benefits to the people of both countries, but also made contributions to peace, stability and development in the region.
Professor Haque said China’s role in this region has been constructive, which is in the fundamental interest of both peoples to develop mutually beneficial cooperation between China and Bangladesh as well as with other countries.
Chinese diplomat Tao said China is willing to work with all countries within and outside of the region to promote sustainable development.