Bangladesh and India China Relations: Talking about relations with India
India Bangladesh Bangladesh minister said about the elimination of Dhaka radicals.
On fundamentalism, Bangladeshi minister was saying that radicalism needs to be ended, we are committed to it. We are working to end fundamentalism.
GUWAHATI: Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said on Saturday that Bangladesh has always had a historically strong relationship with India.
It also said that Dhaka wants to develop it with all Indian states. Also said that China is a development partner.
Talking about relations with India, where
There is a stronger relationship with India than a rock, from which we will never go back. We have reduced the radicalism said on the occasion of the inaugural session of the third edition and we are progressing towards continuous development.
In the said program, the External Affairs Minister of India, Dr. Jaishankar made his presence felt.
To improve Bangladesh’s trade, Jaishankar said better connectivity is central to making life easier. In which we have to be ready to deal with all the challenges.
We are close to each other as neighbors, we will help in every possible way, cooperate and take forward the development. India is connected to the Northeast. We will not leave it behind.
were present in the program
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and ambassadors including high commissioners of other countries were present in the program.
The two-day seminar was hosted by Shillong-based think tank Asian Confluence, Act East Policy Department of the Union Ministry of External Affairs, Government of Assam, North Eastern Council and other partners.