Bangladeshi Prime Minister Khaleda Zia begins a five-day visit to China Wednesday at the invitation of her Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao who visited Dhaka in April this year. Briefing newsmen yesterday about the trip, Foreign Secretary Hemayet Uddin said the return visit reflects "close and cordial relations " between China and Bangladesh. The Foreign Secretary told reporters that a number of agreements and "Memorandum of Understandings" are expected to be signed during the visit. He said the two sides want to expand their cooperation in the fields of pharmaceuticals, ceramics, energy, mineral resources, water management and nuclear power. A 30-member business delegation is scheduled to accompany the prime minister's entourage.