It is Najib's first official visit to Bangladesh, made on the invitation of his Bangladesh counterpart, Sheikh Hasina, when they met in New York recently.
Malaysia's High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Norlin Othman said Najib's visit would be meaningful because apart from the political and economic relations which had long existed between both countries.
Malaysia was among the first countries to recognise the independence of Bangladesh in 1971.
She said the prime minister was scheduled to arrive tomorrow with wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, and a 62-member delegation which would include Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman and Malaysia's Special Ambassador in South Asia Tan Sri S. Samy Vellu.
They would be met upon arrival by Sheikh Hasina and Bangladeshi senior ministers, she added.
On the second day, Najib is scheduled to open the Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Memorial Specialised Hospital and Nursing College.
The hospital, which is named after the Bangladesh prime minister's mother will be managed by KPJ Malaysia.
Norlin said Najib would also call on Bangladesh President Md Abdul Hamid and the two leaders were expected to discuss several matters, including on Bangladesh nationals working in Malaysia.
There are currently more than 320,000 Bangladeshis working at several sectors in Malaysia, she added.
Since 2010, Bangladesh nationals working in Malaysia had sent home RM3 billion, the highest compared with workers from Indonesia (RM2.9 billion), Nepal (RM1.9 billion), India (RM625 million) and the Philippines (RM561 million).
Meanwhile, Rosmah is scheduled to visit the Dhaka Community Hospital.
The World Children Welfare Fund under the PERMATA childhood education programme donated RM103,000 last month to Mercy Malaysia for the Cleft Lip and Palate project at the hospital.
During the visit, the prime minister is also scheduled to visit the National Martyrs' Monument at Savar and the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. – Bernama, November 16, 2013.
Bangladeshis and other foreigners both legal and illegals will contribute to the lowering of salaries of Malaysian workers thus making it an impossible dream for Malaysia to reach developed status by 2020 where the average annual income is projected to be at USD15,000 (about RM3,750.00 per month).
Worst still as a sign of our government's incompetence, there is no long term effective plans how are we going to achieve developed status short of propaganda and unsubstantiated empty claims made in mainstream media!
The 2020 to developed ? I believe it's the opposite. 2020 Malaysia will be officially bankrupt and on the road of hell. It's the time where umno+bn sucked malaysia dry with taxes and their reputable off table taxes too.