Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has left for Japan. On Tuesday (April 25) at around 8 am, the Prime Minister left for Tokyo, Japan on a VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines and her entourage. The Prime Minister will return home on May 9 after a 15-day visit. Prime Minister’s Deputy Press Secretary Hasan Zahid Tushar gave this information to reporters. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit three countries on this journey. He will visit Japan first on this two-week visit. After that, the Prime Minister will visit Washington, USA, and finally London, UK. It is known that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will pay an official visit to Japan on April 25-28 at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Then, on the occasion of 50 years of partnership between Bangladesh and the World Bank, the Prime Minister will participate in the program organized at the World Bank headquarters in Washington DC on May 1 at the invitation of World Bank President David Malpass. Apart from this, the Prime Minister is scheduled to have a courtesy meeting with the next president of the World Bank, Ajay Banga. Prime Minister will visit London on May 5-6, 2023 after the US visit. Britain’s Majesty King Charles-III and Queen Consort Camilla will be crowned. Bangladesh has been invited to participate in this coronation ceremony. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will represent Bangladesh on behalf of Bangladesh at the coronation ceremony. A reception for Her Majesty the King and Queen Consort will be held at Buckingham Palace on the afternoon of May 5, before the coronation ceremony at London’s Westminster Abbey on May 6. Also, on the same day, the Commonwealth Leaders’ Forum hosted by the Commonwealth Secretary-General will be held at Marlborough House in the presence of His Majesty the King. The Prime Minister will participate in these events. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will return home on May 9 after the three-country tour.