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Air Force Chief Masihuzzaman leaves for the UK

  • Published at 07:56 pm July 9th, 2018
  • Last updated at 07:57 pm July 9th, 2018
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Air Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat Courtesy

He will attend the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary and Royal International Air Tattoo held at the RAF station Fairford in Gloucestershire during his visit

Bangladesh Air Force Chief Air Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat left Dhaka for the United Kingdom on Monday on a seven-day official visit at the invitation of Chief of Royal Air Force Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier.

Masihuzzaman was accompanied by his wife and three others, according to a press release.

During the visit, he will attend the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary program and Royal International Air Tattoo held at the RAF station Fairford in Gloucestershire.

He will take part in the “Air Power Conference” along with the air chiefs of different countries. 

Masihuzzaman will also exchange views on professional matters with top military and civil officials of different countries during his stay in the UK.

This visit is expected to play an important role for “strengthening the existing friendly relationship between air forces of two countries,” read the press release.