Staff Correspondent: Pursuant to the Government’s ‘Mango Diplomacy’, the Embassy of Bangladesh in Madrid distributed delicious Amropali mango as gifts amongst all top government leaders, ministers, diplomats and other high profile dignataries.
The mangos was distributed as gifts amongst His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain, President of the Government of Spain Pedro Sánchez, two Vice Presidents, important cabinet ministers including the Minister for Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation, public representatives and influential political leaders, high-ranking government officials, ambassadors and diplomats of friendly countries resident in Spain, partners in the press, think tanks and civil society and the Heads of the State, Foreign Ministers and top officials of concurrently accredited countries Andorra and Equatorial Guinea.
“We are delighted to have presented Bangladesh’s famous mango to our esteemed friends in Spain, Andorra and Equatorial Guinea,” said the Bangladesh Ambassador in Spain Mohammad Sarwar Mahmood.
“We believe, the distribution of this gift would further catalyze and reinforce our political relations with these countries, and in pursuing Bangladesh Branding in the broader context of Economic Diplomacy and Public Diplomacy, the move would bring about far-reaching impacts in marketing and popularizing Bangladesh’s delicious and nutritious fruits and other agro-products,” reads a statement of the Ambassador.
The existing cordial and multifarious relations between Spain and Bangladesh have witnessed a remarkable growth in recent times. As such, the initiative of the Embassy to distribute mango as a mark of enduring friendship and goodwill has been widely acclaimed by the recipient dignitaries in Spain.
Notably, Her Majesty Queen Sofía of Spain, a great fan of Bangladesh, remarked, “I love Bangladesh,” while visiting the Bangladesh Pavilion at the annual Diplomatic Charity Bazar as the chief guest this year in Madrid on 18 March, added the statement.
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