Hasina meets Cameron today
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street today.
Foreign Ministry officials said the meeting between Hasina and Cameron will start at 10:30am. Bilateral issues including defence, counter-terrorism and climate change are likely to figure prominently during the meeting.
On the first day of her five-day visit, Hasina attended several bilateral meetings arranged by the House of Commons.
Hasina was awarded Global Diversity Award by Speaker of House of Commons John Bercow at the Speaker's Apartment in the House of Commons yesterday evening.
She was given the award for her courageous role in diversity in both the public and private sectors. Bangladesh delegation members and British lawmakers were present at the function.
The premier met with several distinguished British politicians including former British prime minister Gordon Brown and incumbent Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the House of Commons.
As part of her day-long programmes at the House of Commons, the premier had meeting with members of the All Party Parliament Group (APPG).
During the meetings, Hasina discussed with the British lawmakers and experts on her government's development programmes and vision 2021 and her stand on global climate change.
The prime minister will give a speech on global peace at the Oxford Union and attend a seminar titled "Portrait of a Peace Thinker and Peace Builder" at Macdonald Randolph Hotel today.