On 15 September, Sheikh Hasina reached London on an official visit to the United Kingdom (UK) to attend the state funeral of queen Elizabeth II.

On the fourth day evening of her UK visit, the Premier also attended the reception of King Charles III at Buckingham Palace which he hosted for the Presidents, Prime Ministers and Monarchs coming from around the world to attend funeral of queen Elizabeth II.

In New York on 20 September, Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to attend a reception meeting hosted by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and join the inaugural ceremony of 77th session of UNGA.

She will have bilateral meetings with Filippo Grandi of UNHCR and Slovenian president Borut Pahor. She will also join the UNGA Platform of Women Leaders. 

At the end of the day, she will attend the reception hosted by US president Joe Biden.

Besides, she will join a high-level side event on sustainable housing co-hosted by Bangladesh, Botswana, Slovak Republic and UN Habitat on 21 September.  

On the same day, she will have a bilateral meeting with WEF executive director professor Schwab Klaus, and join the Global Crisis Response Group (GCRG) Champions‘ Meeting. 

In the afternoon, the PM will visit the photo exhibition on Padma Bridge at UNHQs followed by bilateral meetings with Kosovo president Dr Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu, Ecuador president Guillermo Lasso Mendoza, and Rabab Fatima, USG OHRLSS.  

The PM will start 22 September through a breakfast meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) followed by a courtesy call on her by IOM director general Antonio Vitorino. She will also join a high level policy roundtable with the US Bangladesh business council. 

Later, she will have bilateral meetings with Cambodian prime minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen and ICC prosecutor Nick Klegg and Karim Khan. 

On 23 September, the PM will deliver her address at the General Debate of the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly. 

Besides, she will join a civic reception by the expatriate Bangladeshi on 24 September.

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