Hope to strengthen the relationship between the two countries in the future

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have expressed their desire to strengthen the existing bilateral relations between the two countries.

This expectation was expressed in a private meeting between the two prime ministers after the swearing-in ceremony of the Modi government’s cabinet on Sunday (June 9) evening. In a news briefing on Monday (June 10), Foreign Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud.

The foreign minister said, ‘The two leaders expressed hope that the existing bilateral relations will deepen in the coming days. In a meeting held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in a very warm and friendly atmosphere, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh invited his Indian counterpart to visit Bangladesh at a convenient time. Bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India have reached new heights under the visionary leadership of Sheikh Hasina and Narendra Modi.

The foreign minister said that Bangladesh and India have multifaceted relations. Many issues are involved between the two countries. Since both governments continue to run the country, there are some advantages to working together. The people of both the countries are benefiting in different ways.

The foreign minister expressed hope, ‘Our multi-dimensional relations will expand and deepen in the future.’

In the briefing, among others, the High Commissioner of Bangladesh in India. Mustafizur Rahman and Prime Minister’s Press Secretary Naeemul Islam Khan were present.