India-Bangladesh Agreements: pm Modi Many important agreements were signed between India and Bangladesh and both the countries also decided to increase cooperation in sectors like IT, space and nuclear energy.
PM Modi and Sheikh Hasina Meeting:PM Modi met Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Delhi on Tuesday. During this many important agreements were signed between India and Bangladesh. Both countries also decided to increase cooperation in sectors like IT, space and nuclear energy. Let us inform that Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is on a four-day visit to India.
- Bangladesh is India’s biggest development partner: PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi issued a joint statement with Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Delhi. PM Modi said, ‘Today Bangladesh is India’s largest development partner and our largest trading partner in this region. People-to-people cooperation is constantly improving.
- Agreements on sectors like space and nuclear energy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, ‘We have also decided to increase cooperation in sectors like IT, space and nuclear energy.’ He further said, ‘Last year we celebrated the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence, the golden jubilee of our diplomatic relations, the birth centenary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman together. I am sure that in the next 25 years of Amrit Kaal, Bar-Bangladesh friendship will touch new heights.
PM Modi said, ‘Today we have signed an important agreement on sharing of water from Kushiyara river. This will benefit southern Assam in India and Sylhet region in Bangladesh. There are 54 such rivers that pass through the Indo-Bangladesh border and have been linked to the livelihood of the people of both the countries for centuries. These rivers have been witness to the folk-tales, folk-songs about them, our shared cultural heritage.
- I thank India: Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, ‘I wish you a very Happy Amrit Kaal for the next 25 years, as India moves towards achieving the resolutions made for a self-reliant India. I am coming to India after almost 3 years, I thank India and look forward to a positive proposal between us.’