Ex UN chief Ban Ki-moon is also due next month
South Korean Prime Minister, Lee Nak-yeon will pay an official visit to Bangladesh on July 13, as the two countries are working to further strengthen their bilateral relations.
The Korean premier will stay in Bangladesh till July 15, reports UNB.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen, addressing a function in Dhaka on Saturday, said that former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who played a very important role on the climate change front, will visit Dhaka from July 8 to July 11.
Momen also talked about the role of China, that Bangladesh seeks in order to resolve the Rohingya crisis, and to safely send back Rohingyas to their place of origin.
Dr Momen was addressing the closing ceremony of Bangladesh Taekwondo Federation Hanmadang Championship 2019 at Dhaka's National Sports Council gymnasium.