Dhaka [Bangladesh], Jan 29 (ANI): Indonesian President Joko Widodo wrapped up his two-day visit to Bangladesh on Monday and called for stronger ties with the latter. He also extended his support to the Rohingya refugees for their safe return to Myanmar.
"A special chartered flight, carrying him and his delegation departed from Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at around 9 a.m. Bangladeshi Foreign Minister A.H. Mahmood Ali was present and saw him off at the airport", a senior official of Foreign Ministry said.
During his visit, Widodo and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina signed five agreements, aiming to enhance bilateral relations, trade and investment, and boosting cooperation in different sectors between both countries.
Hamid hosted a dinner session in honour of Widodo at the Bangabhaban building in Dhaka on Saturday evening.
Widodo paid homage at the National Mausoleum in Savar, in memory of those people, who were killed in the Liberation War in 1971 on Sunday.
Widodo also visited Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar and inspected the facilities present there.