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Flower parade held to promote Bangladesh’s flower industry

Sun Online Desk     7th December, 2018 05:17:15 printer

Flower parade held to promote Bangladesh’s flower industry

Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) arranged a flower parade in the city on Friday, 2nd day of the three-day International Flower Exhibition and Conference, reports UNB.

 

The parade started from the South Plaza of Manik Mia Avenue and ended on the premises of Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) where the exhibition is being held.

 

DCCI Senior Vice-president Kamrul Islam, Director Imran Ahmed, former Vice-president M Abu Hurairah, senior officials from USAID, President of Bangladesh Flower Association Md Abdur Rahim and its Secretary General AHM Rezaul Kabir were present at the flower parade.

 

After the parade, the DCCI organised an art competition where more than 100 children took part.

 

Supported by the USAID, the DCCI in association with Bangladesh Flower Society for the first time organised the three-day International Flower Exhibition and Conference to promote Bangladesh's flower sector and boost its export.

 

About 70 stalls from different countries, including Bangladesh, India, Thailand and Nepal, were set up at the exhibition for displaying an array of flowers.

 

The exhibition will end on Saturday.


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