Bangladesh offers Nepal to utilize Mongla, Chattogram seaports

Bangladesh offers Nepal to utilize Mongla, Chattogram seaports

Bangladesh offers Nepal to utilize Mongla, Chattogram seaports

Bangladesh on Friday once more (August 5) offered Nepal to involve Mongla and Chattogram seaports close by Syedpur air terminal for common advantages.

State head Sheik Hasina made the proposition when while a meeting parliamentary designation from Nepal paid a civility approach the Prime Minister at her authority Ganabhaban home on Friday morning.

"Nepal can exploit utilizing our Mongla and Chattogram ports," Prime Minister said.

Executive, International Relations Committee, House of Representatives, Federal Parliament, Nepal, Pabitra Niruola Kharel drove the Nepalese designation, as indicated by a public statement of the Press Wing of the Prime Minister's Office.

Referencing that Bangladesh is creating Syedpur Airport as a provincial air terminal, the chief said, "Adjoining nations including Nepal can utilize the air terminal."

During the gathering, both the sides communicated their energy to combine further the relations between the two nations close by reinforcing respective participation on business and exchange for shared benefits.

Offering her thanks to the administration and individuals of Nepal for supporting Bangladesh during the Liberation War in 1971, Sheik Hasina said her administration appends extraordinary significance to keeping up with great relations with adjoining nations, including Nepal.

The Prime Minister communicated fulfillment that the appointment visited Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at Dhanmondi and Bangladesh Parliament and went to Tungipara through the much-loved notable Padma Bridge.

At the beginning, the Nepalese designation said thanks to the public authority of Bangladesh for orchestrating an amazing project for them.

The designation individuals communicated extraordinary fulfillment that Nepal and Bangladesh have been appreciating welcoming relations throughout the long term.

They referenced that this year was extremely critical for the two nations for praising the 50th year of laying out discretionary relations.

They proposed that the two nations could additionally unite their collaboration in areas like power, hydroelectricity, the travel industry, schooling, ICT, network, and individuals to individuals contact.

They underlined undeniable level visits consistently to fortify the amicable ties.

The appointment valued Prime Minister for her visionary administration and the new financial turn of events, which they named as extremely noteworthy.

The Nepalese appointment included Chandtara Kumari, MP, Dr. Deepak Prakash Bhatt, MP, Dev Prasad Timalsena, MP, Lila Devi Sitaula, MP, Narad Muni Rana, MP, and Sarala Kumari Yadav, MP.