Dhaka, Delhi sign seven records

Bangladesh and India yesterday marked seven two-sided records, meaning to further reinforce the relations between the two nations.

The records were marked, traded, embraced and gave over after a gathering between Prime Minister Sheik Hasina and her Indian partner Narendra Modi at New Delhi’s Hyderabad House.

The two heads saw the marking and trade of the records – six new and a recharging.

The two-sided records are MoU for giving a Coastal Surveillance System, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on the utilization of Chattogram and Mongla ports for development of merchandise to and from India, MoU on withdrawal of 1.82 cusec water from the Feni River by India for drinking a water supply conspire in Sabroom town, Tripura, concurrence on usage of the credit extensions (LoC) submitted by India to Bangladesh, MoU between the University of Hyderabad and the University of Dhaka, MoU on participation in youth undertakings and recharging of a social trade program.

The two premiers likewise together introduced three respective improvement association ventures – import of mass LPG from Bangladesh, Vivekananda Bhaban (understudy lodging) at Ramakrishna Mission in Dhaka and Bangladesh-India Professional Skill Development Institute in Bangladesh.

Hasina said participation between the two nations in conventional segments has upgraded altogether over the previous decade. They likewise expanded their assistance in the regions of blue economy and oceanic undertakings, serene utilization of atomic power, space examine, fare of web data transfer capacity and digital security.

The PM had a face to face chat with Modi before the gathering.

The Indian outer issues service said the two heads met for the second time in 10 days representing the quality of Bangladesh-India ties.

The gathering between the two chiefs was trailed by lunch at a similar scene.

Hasina arrived at New Delhi on Thursday morning and joined the World Economic Forum (WEF) Summit.

She is booked to return home today.

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