Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has called upon the Australian companies to come to Bangladesh with invest plans taking the advantage of "attractive and investment-friendly" atmosphere here.
During a telephonic conversation on Thursday with his Australian counterpart Marise Ann Payne, Dr Momen said investing in Bangladesh is more profitable than any other country in the region.
“An investment friendly environment exists in Bangladesh. Bangladesh would welcome if any company from other countries who want to come here with investment,” the minister said.
He said the Bangladesh government wants to increase employment in the country in the wake of the global coronavirus crisis.
Momome said Bangladesh is creating 100 economic zones where Australian investors can invest and make good profit alongside creating employment in the country.
Besides, he said there are 28 hi-tech parks in Bangladesh having large number skilled workforce in the IT sector.
The Foreign Minister sought cooperation from his Australian counterpart in the repatriation of Rohingyas.
He said the future safety of the Rohingya could be ensured only if they returned to their homeland. Myanmar.
Momen also stressed the importance of creating a conducive environment for the return of the Rohingya people.