Bangladesh and Azerbaijan on Saturday consented to fortify their respective relations in the years to desire common advantages.
The choice was taken during a gathering between Prime Minister Sheik Hasina and Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev at the Presidential Palace here.
Minister simultaneous of Bangladesh to Azerbaijan M Allama Siddiki informed columnists after the gathering that went on for over thirty minutes.
During the gathering, the two chiefs examined the recorded and social ties among Bangladesh and Azerbaijan, he said.
The Prime Minister reviewed with significant regard the help of Azerbaijan as a major aspect of the then Soviet Union to Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971.
The Azerbaijan President recalled Bangladesh’s help to his nation as another state in 1992.
The different sides consented to reinforce reciprocal relations in the years to come.
The Prime Minister expressed gratitude toward Azerbaijan for expanding its good and physical help to Bangladesh over the Rohingya issue.
The two chiefs communicated the expectation that the field of trading Bangladeshi labor to Azerbaijan will further be extended.
The Prime Minister featured Bangladesh’s huge achievement in the farming division.
The Azerbaijan President profoundly valued Bangladesh’s achievement in various divisions under the initiative of Prime Minister Sheik Hasina and got bewildered at how the legislature is guaranteeing nourishment for the gigantic populace.
Sheik Hasina welcomed Ilham Aliyev to visit Bangladesh which he sincerely acknowledged.
The Prime Minister referenced the opening of an office of Bangladesh in Azerbaijan in future