PM Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina, engaged in bilateral discussions to assess and strengthen the relationship between the two nations.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina, engaged in bilateral discussions to assess and strengthen the relationship between the two nations in Delhi on Tuesday, September 6.
During the address, PM Modi said that “the India-Bangladesh relationship will achieve new heights in the coming time.”
PM Modi said that India is the largest market for exports from Bangladesh “across Asia”. To further expedite this progress, we’ll shortly start discussions about a bilateral economic comprehensive cooperation deal to speed up its development. In his speech, PM Modi predicted that “the friendship between India and Bangladesh will soar to new heights in the near future.”
He declared, “Bangladesh is currently India’s largest trade and economic partner in the region. There is a continuous improvement in people-to-people cooperation.
In a joint statement with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, PM Narendra Modi stated that trade between the two countries is growing quickly. “We have decided to extend cooperation in the IT, space, and nuclear sectors. Discussions are also underway between India and Bangladesh on power transmission lines, “said PM Modi.
Both the leaders also inked key documents on water sharing. “54 rivers cross the border between India and Bangladesh and are important to the people of both nations for their livelihoods. In a joint statement with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, PM Modi said, “Today, we have signed a significant deal for water-sharing of the Kushiyara River.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh also discussed the flood situation in Bangladesh, terrorism, and other bilateral, regional, and global issues.
“We have increased our collaboration in reducing flood damage. We have been exchanging real-time flood data, and we have also talked about terrorism. We must work together to oppose the forces that are against us, Prime Minister Modi remarked.
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina congratulated the Indian government on the “successful completion of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.”
The outcome of our discussion will benefit the people of both countries, said Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in a joint address with PM Modi.