The country's education sector witnessed significant development in some major areas driven by a modern and time-befitting education policy that the government started implementation in 2009.
Bangladesh's per capita income would be around US$ 12,000 by 2041 when the size of the economy would be 2.5 trillion dollars.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought Moroccan investment in Bangladesh's economic zones for mutual benefits of the two countries.
The Cabinet has approved the draft of "The National Online Mass Media Policy, 2017" that suggested constitution of a National Broadcast Commission to facilitate operations of online mass media in an organized manner.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has invited the leaders of Swedish business and industry to partner with Bangladesh in investment and trade for a shared prosperity and bringing a change in the lives of millions in both countries.
Top Swedish firms have offered to work for the development of Bangladesh's power and readymade garment sectors.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia to return to healthy politics and contest the next elections by discarding the politics of killing, plundering and corruption.
Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf has expressed his country's interest to work with Bangladesh in its development efforts as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had an audience with the King.