Such interactions will enhance bilateral relations: Chandigarh Administrator: The Tribune India


India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue

Tribune press service

Chandigarh, February 20

Calling the India-Bangladesh dialogue held over the past three days in Shimla as a positive symbolism of reciprocity of friendship and common interests shared between the two countries, UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit said the 10th cycle India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue was an additional part of the continuum of friendship between two countries.

“I have full confidence in the idea of ​​such a dialogue and believe that such interactions will strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries,” Purohit said. This India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue I am sure has served its purpose and will continue to do so even in the future, the Governor of Punjab said while addressing the delegates of India and Bangladesh at the of their visit to Chandigarh.

Bangladesh and India are not only geographical neighbours, they also claim a common heritage of history and culture and a strong intellectual heritage. Not a day has gone by in the past 50 years that Bangladesh and India have not joined their heads, hearts and hands to serve common goals, common goals and common dreams, a- he declared, adding that “such a friendship is very rare”.

Hoping that those who came to the dialogue would return to their respective homes with happy memories of the high-quality interaction between them, the Governor said the two nations have a common neighborhood, a common history, a common heritage and common interests. common. Thus, a common platform of friendship to uphold would go a long way in shaping a great future together.

Senior leaders and eminent participants from India and Bangladesh were present on the occasion. The event took place at a hotel in Sector 10, Chandigarh.

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