The Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina and her delegation have left for Copenhagen to attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
The PM's delegation includes Foreign Minister Dipu Moni, Health Minister AFM Ruhal Haque, State Minister for Environment and Forest Hasan Mahmud, Ambassador-at-Large M Ziauddin, PM's Principal Secretary MA Karim and Press Secretary Abul Kalam Azad.
The Prime Minister will reside there for five days in which she will attend the Joint High-Level Segment of COP and CMP at Bella Centre in the Danish capital followed by a community reception in the evening.
She will also attend the session on Joint High-Level Segment of COP and CMP, luncheon for heads of delegation and ministers.
Hasina will join the opening session of the Copenhagen summit on climate change where the Danish Prime Minister and the UN Secretary General will make statements followed by informal thematic discussion.
Subsequently, the Prime Minister will attend the plenary meeting at Bella Centre to adopt the agreed outcome on the same day and she will attend a luncheon hosted by the Danish Premier on December 18.
The emphasis of these talks will be on how to tackle the challenges of climate change. Additionally, Sheikh Hasina will hold bilateral talks with world leaders on the sidelines of the conference.