The premier mentioned that such kinds of MoU and agreement have been signed with other countries including Turkey, Belarus, China, Russia, France, India, Kuwait, South Korea, the USA, the UK, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Cambodia, Italy, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Czech Republic.
“Bangladesh inked the MoU with Saudi Arabia as they wanted cooperation from us in removing mine from their border what the Bangladeshi armed forces had done successfully in Kuwait border,” she added.
Putting emphasis on implementing the electoral commitments, the premier said her government is determined to execute all the electoral pledges as the people of the country voted her party to power for the third consecutive term due to huge development work carried out by her government.
Sheikh Hasina said the Awami League was reelected the people do not see corruption, militancy, and terrorism in the country again.
The Leader of the House said the people boycotted BNP as the party wanted to go to power depending on militancy, terrorism and corruption.
She, however, greeted all the parties for taking part in the 11th general election.
Highlighting her government’s successes in different fields, the premier said they are implementing mega projects like Padma Bridge, Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, Rampal coal-fired Power Plant, Deep Sea Port, Payra Sea Port, and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Tunnel under the Karnaphuli River.
“Once the projects are implemented Bangladesh will witness a huge progress,” she said.
Talking about employment generation, Sheikh Hasina said her government has taken various programmes including “My House, My Farm” and is establishing 100 special economic zones to this end.
“Over one crore people will get jobs alongside attracting foreign and local investment once the 100 economic zones are established,” she said.