Bangladesh News: Bangladesh’s transition from a least developed country, a historic proposal adopted in the United Nations

Dhaka: The historic resolution of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) was adopted. This proposal recommends the passage of Bangladesh. The proposal to move Bangladesh from the Least Developed Countries (LDC) level was approved at the UN General Assembly. Was promoted from LDC to graduate level. Bangladesh has been given five years to prepare for this passage and to meet the criteria of & nbsp; graduation. The decision was taken at the 40th extended session of the 7th UN General Assembly on Wednesday.
Graduation from Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to Bangladesh is a milestone in the country’s development. The country has been working to meet socio-economic goals in recent years. & Nbsp;
The proposal was adopted on 24 November. That resolution A / 76 / L.6 / Rev.1 & nbsp; Bangladesh, Nepal and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to move from the level of Least Developed Countries. & Nbsp;
Bangladesh is naturally happy with the approval of this proposal. Bangladesh’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Rubar Fatima tweeted on Wednesday that the UN General Assembly had passed a historic resolution. In the proposal, Bangladesh has crossed the stage of least developed country. What could be better news than this on the 50th anniversary of the country’s independence and the birth centenary of Bangabandhu. It will fulfill the national aspirations and the vision of Hon’ble Prime Minister Vision 2021. & nbsp;
The three countries will pass from the stage of least developed countries. In this case, five years has been given to fulfill the condition exceptionally. (Normally three years is given in this case.) This time is given to prepare for graduation in the next phase of Covid 19. These countries have been given time to implement plans, policies and strategies to deal with the economic and social damage caused by the onslaught. & Nbsp; Naturally, the government of Bangladesh is happy with this seal of the United Nations for the development of the country. & Nbsp;

& nbsp;


Scroll to Top