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Cablegate: Bangladesh: Congratulatory Message From Bangladesh

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DE RUEHKA #1291 3490549
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 140549Z DEC 08
FM AMEMBASSY DHAKA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 7937

UNCLAS DHAKA 001291

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR S/ES-CR AND S/ES-O

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OPDC PREL OVIP KDEM PGOV PHUM BT BG
SUBJECT: BANGLADESH: CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE FROM BANGLADESH
PROGRESSIVE PARTY

REF: SECSTATE 118192

1. (U) Below is the text of a letter of congratulations to
President-elect Obama from Dr. Mohammad M. Billah, Bangladesh
Progressive Party (BPP). We will forward the original to
SCA/PB.

2. (U) Begin text:

Mr. Barack Obama
President-elect
United States of America
Nov. 8, 2008

Dear Mr. Obama,

I like to congratulate you for your victory in the national
election. This victory is the Victory of all Americans and
the People around the world who are concerned in different
way. America is the leader of the world and your leadership
as President of the United States of America I hope will
enjoy the Freedom, Liberties, Human Rights & Economic
advancement around the world including USA.

Bangladeshis are also dreaming a strong democratic prosperous
country with full freedom and liberties for all Success of a
nation depend when they have proper education and economic
advancement, in that respect Bangladesh is getting the help
from U.S.A. always, in good time and in crisis like natural
disaster.

I hope in the future with your leadership USA & Bangladesh
will prosper and remain as a friendly democratic country and
allies to fight all social ills.

I wish you good luck and success and happy prosperous life of
the People of United States of America. May Allah Bless you.
Thank you

/signed/
Dr. Mohammad M. Billah

President

End Text.
MORIARTY

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