India-Bangladesh signed 7 Agreement
On the second day of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheik Hasina’s four-day India visit, both adjoining nations signed seven Memorandum of understanding (MoU) supporting conciliatory ties.
These would probably go from stream water sharing, exchange, and protection to availability.
Hasina got a ceremonious welcome in Delhi on Monday.
State leader Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheik Hasina on Tuesday marked seven Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) on issues connected with water sharing, rail lines, space, science, and legal executive in New Delhi’s Hyderabad House.
Following the marking of the MoUs, senior authorities from the two sides traded the arrangements in the presence of PM Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheik Hasina.
In front of the marking of the MoUs assignment-level discussions were additionally held between PM Modi and his Bangladesh partner.
“Bangladesh is the greatest exchange accomplice in the district. The individuals-to-individuals network between the two nations has expanded.
The extension of network and exchange foundation at lines will help in the development of the two nations,” PM Modi said.
He likewise said the Maitree Power Plant will give residents of Bangladesh admittance to reasonable power. He likewise said that the reciprocal settlement on water sharing of the Kushiyara stream has been signed.
PM Modi said that the two nations will coordinate further to moderate the effect of floods and information will partake progressively for a drawn-out period.
The two PMs additionally talked about the issue of counterterrorism. “Today we additionally focused on collaboration against psychological oppression and fundamentalism.
To keep the soul of 1971 alive, it is likewise extremely vital that we face such powers together, who need to go after our shared trust,” PM Modi said.
Bangladesh’s top state leader Sheik Hasina said thanks to PM Modi and India for the cordiality reached out to her.
She likewise complimented India on the 75th commemoration of Indian freedom. The Bangladesh state head communicated her appreciation for PM Modi’s vision of a more grounded India-Bangladesh relationship.
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“We trust that all exceptional issues including the Teesta water sharing deal would be closed at an early date. I know insofar as Prime Minister Modi is here, Bangladesh and India will determine every one of its concerns.
The two nations have settled numerous extraordinary issues in the soul of kinship and collaboration,” Bangladesh PM Sheik Hasina said.
“We express gratitude toward PM Modi for settling the issue of Kushiyara waterway,” she further added.
Hasina again expressed gratitude toward India for its help during the 1971 Liberation War.
Here is the list of the MoUs
- The MoU to conclude a two-sided break settlement on water sharing of the Kushiyara stream was agreed upon
- An MoU was endorsed between the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India, and the Bangladesh Council of Scientific Industrial Research (BCSIR) on logical participation
- An MoU was endorsed between the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal, and the Bangladesh Supreme Court to advance limit building
- The Union service of railroads marked an MoU with the Bangladesh Railways under which India will prepare the workforce of Bangladesh Railways in the Indian Railways’ preparation organizations
- One more MoU was endorsed between the two offices under which they will team up to give IT answers for Bangladesh Railways
- MoU endorsed between Bangladesh Television and Prasar Bharati
- MoU approved between the two nations to advance participation in space innovation and logical and research joint effort.