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Cablegate: 63rd Unga: Bangladesh High Level Delegation

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UNCLAS DHAKA 000971

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OVIP PREL UNGA OTRA BG
SUBJECT: 63RD UNGA: BANGLADESH HIGH LEVEL DELEGATION
REPRESENTATIVES, ALTERNATE REPRESENTATIVES AND ADVISORS LED BY CHIEF
ADVISER

REF: DHAKA 940

Reftel listed members of the delegation accompanying Bangladesh's
Chief Adviser to the 63rd UNGA from September 21-27. In addition to
the delegation from the Chief Adviser's Office, the following
individuals from the Government of Bangladesh and its diplomatic
corps will attend UNGA:

1. H.E. Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury, Honorable Adviser for Foreign
Affairs - Alternate Leader

2. H.E. Ms. Rasheda K. Chowdhury, Honorable Adviser for Primary and
Mass Education - Alternate Leader

3. H.E. Mr. Md. Touhid Hossain, Foreign Secretary - Alternate
Leader

4. H.E. Ms. Ismat Jahan, Permanent Representative to the United
Nations - Alternate Leader

5. Mr. Kazi M. Aminul Islam, Secretary, Chief Adviser's Office

6. H.E. Mr. Humayan Kabir, Ambassador to the United States of
America

7. Mr. Syed Fahim Munaim, Press Secretary to Honorable Chief
Adviser

8. H.E. Dr. Debapriya Bhattacharya, Permanent Representative to the
UN Offices in Geneva

9. Mr. Muhammad Ali Sorcar, Minister and Deputy Permanent
Representative to the UN

10. Dr. Hamidur Rashid, Director-General (United Nations), Ministry
of Foreign Affairs

11. Brigadier General Ibrahim Jamal, Defence Adviser, Bangladesh
Permanent Mission to the UN

12. Mr. Mahmudul Karim, Economic Minister, Bangladesh Permanent
Mission to the UN

13. Mr. Muhammad Abdul Muhith, Minister, Bangladesh Permanent
Mission to the UN

14. Ms. Nahida Sobhan, Director (United Nations), Ministry of
Foreign Affairs

15. Mr. Tareq Md. Ariful Islam, Counsellor, Bangladesh Permanent
Mission to the UN

16. Mr. Md. Abdul Alim, Counsellor, Bangladesh Permanent Mission to
the UN

17. Ms. Ishrat Jahan Ahmed, Counsellor, Bangladesh Permanent Mission
to the UN

18. Mr. Md. Lokman Hussain, First Secretary, Bangladesh Permanent
Mission to the UN

19. Ms. Shanchita Haque, Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of
Foreign Affairs

20. Mr. Iqbal Ahmed, Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Foreign
Affairs

21. Mr. Abdul Hannan, Former Press Counsellor, Bangladesh Permanent
Mission to the UN

22. Mr. Dulal Ahmed Chowdhury, Chief Reporter, Daily 'Amader
Shomoy'

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