Bangladesh PM sheikh Hasina with Indian PM Narendra Modi (File image)
Bangladesh PM sheikh Hasina with Indian PM Narendra Modi (File image)

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will on Saturday inaugurate three projects, one of which will be for the cross-border supply of LPG to Northeast.

This would be done with an aim to boost the trade and connectivity between the two nations.

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The two leaders will remotely inaugurate the projects when they meet.

Vivekananda Bhavan at Ramakrishna Mission in Dhaka- a five-storey students’ home is one of the three projects that will be inaugurated by the two leaders.

The other two projects are- the Bangladesh-India Professional Skill Development Institute and a project for cross-border export of LPG from Bangladesh to Tripura.

The skill development institute is aimed to benefit small and medium enterprises and it will be inaugurated at the Institute of Diploma Engineers at Khulna.

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“Six to seven documents are expected to be signed in the fields of transport, connectivity, capacity-building and culture,” reported Hindustan Times quoting External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar.

Kumar further said relations have never been so close between the two nations.

“Two sides will focus on the next steps to take the bilateral relationship into a different trajectory,” he said.

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