Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday To further expand India-Bangladesh relations and strengthen bilateral relations. She hopes to continue working with her neighboring country’s counterpart, Sheikh Hasina.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
It is being celebrated on 6th December in memory of India’s recognition of Bangladesh in 1971. Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina said on the occasion of ‘Friendship Day. Bangladesh and India are celebrating the golden jubilee of the establishment of diplomatic relations. This is a milestone in the journey of our bilateral relations. He said that India recognized Bangladesh as an independent and sovereign state on 6 December 1971.
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said
India, Bangladesh, helping terrorism and extremism. Share a strong commitment to counter destabilizing forces. The most important thing is to strengthen cooperation in dealing with new and emerging challenges like misinformation and disinformation through the Internet. He also said that I believe. India and Bangladesh will cooperate in building a green economy through climate action and ambitions. India will continue to work with Bangladesh to facilitate the movement of people and goods through better border infrastructure.
Looking forward to working with Sheikh Hasina: PM Modi
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday. To further expand India-Bangladesh relations and strengthen bilateral relations. She hopes to continue working with her neighboring country’s counterpart, Sheikh Hasina. Modi said in a tweet, ‘Today India and Bangladesh are celebrating Friendship Day. Together we remember and celebrate the foundation of our 50 years of friendship. I look forward to continuing working with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
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This year these countries are celebrating Friendship Day
India recognized Bangladesh as an independent country on 6 December 1971, 10 days before the liberation of Bangladesh. India was among the first countries to establish diplomatic relations with Bangladesh. Apart from Dhaka and Delhi, ‘Friendship Day’ is celebrated in Belgium, Canada, Egypt, Indonesia, Russia, Qatar, Singapore, UK, Australia, France, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and USA. He is going.