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Ambassador-designate of Bangladesh to Mexico, Akramul Qader, has said the two countries can explore new areas of cooperation, particularly in the filed of trade.

Qader said this while presenting the copies of the Letters of Credence to Jorge Castro Valle, chief of protocol of Mexican foreign ministry, on December 6.

The meeting was held at Moon Palace, Cancun where the 16th meeting of the UNFCC is in progress.

The Bangladesh ambassador expressed the intention to work for further strengthening the relationship between Bangladesh and Mexico, both in depth and dimension.

Both sides discussed issues of mutual interests and ways to further the bilateral relations following the presentation of the Letters of Credence.

At the meeting, the Mexican side said a business delegation will visit India soon and they would like the delegation visit Bangladesh during their Asia tour.

Castro Valle also congratulated and welcomed Qader to Cancun which has received high media attention globally for the on-going UN Climate Conference (COP-16).

Also a member of Bangladesh delegation to the conference, Qader, appreciated the efforts of the Mexican government in organising such a big event.

He said Bangladesh, one of the most vulnerable countries to climate impacts, has been playing a constructive and leading role among the LDCs in global climate discourse.

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