News Asia24 Desk: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen wanted visa-free relations between India and Bangladesh.
He said these things at the end of the first day session of the three-day Bangladesh-India 11th Friendship Dialogue at a five-star hotel in Sylhet on Thursday (October 5).
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that after Silchar, this dialogue has been open to remove various obstacles of both countries.
The most critical issues of both the countries were discussed. Five expectations are outlined on the first day. An economic of five, more investment.
Apart from this, I have talked about power coordination. We buy 1,125 MW power from India, want to buy more. India will also help us to buy energy from Nepal.
Moreover, I have talked about the rivers of the country, so that the relations between the two countries will be better. Earlier, there were incidents of border killings due to various reasons. Now they are reduced.
Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury said in the speech of the chief guest at the opening ceremony that the relationship between Bangladesh and India is very good. This historical relationship is very strong.
He said, during our great liberation war, India stood by us by responding to the call of Bangabandhu, the great leader of Bangladesh. The people of Bangladesh will never forget this sacrifice of India.
The speaker said that the friendship dialogue between Bangladesh and India will strengthen the economic relations between the two countries. Increase commercial cooperation.
The speaker said that the governments of the two countries are zero in fighting terrorism