'Through inter-island connectivity, green tourism, climate-friendly infrastructure and renewable energy, the Maldivian economy has been revolutionized. Sharing knowledge and experience with Maldives will increase mutual cooperation. Models and experiences of tourism and other good activities can be exchanged.
Md Salim Reza, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) said these things while participating in the children's painting exhibition on the 50th anniversary of Maldives tourism industry at the Maldives High Commission in Dhaka today Monday (October 03).
Chief Executive Officer Md Salim Reza participated in the exhibition on behalf of DNCC Mayor Md Atiqul Islam. DNCC Chief Engineer Brigadier General Muh Amirul Islam, Secretary Mohammad Masud Alam Siddique and Mayor's Private Secretary Shah Mojahid Uddin were also present.
In the beginning, Maldives High Commissioner Shirujimath Samir exchanged greetings with the DNCC delegation.
Speaking to Maldives High Commissioner Shirujimath Samir, CEO of DNCC Md Salim Reza said, 'Maldives is an island nation spread like a garland with about 1200 islands in the Indian Ocean. Sunny days, blue-green waters, white sandy beaches and high-quality tourism have made Maldives an attractive destination for people from all over the world.'
The chief executive officer of DNCC mentioned that there is an opportunity to work with Maldives in the tourism sector.
DNCC CEO Md Salim Reza visited the painting exhibition and wrote comments in the comment book kept at the High Commission.