We want to take bilateral relations with Bangladesh to a new high: Goyal


We want to take bilateral relations with Bangladesh to a new high: Goyal

Kolkata, Mar 7 (UNI) India aspires to take the bilateral relationship with Bangladesh to a new high and it has been strengthened since 2014, said Piyush Goyal, Union Minister for Textiles, Trade and industry, consumption, food and public distribution, on Monday. He was speaking at the India-Bangladesh Stakeholders’ Meet 2022 virtual session organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Goyal said the meeting was convened to review and discuss the development of trade relations between India and Bangladesh. The two countries have shared a common root culturally in the past and hope that friendship and economic, trade, import-export relations will blossom more with time. “India aspires to take the bilateral relationship with Bangladesh to new heights and it has been strengthened since 2014,” said the Union Minister. India is also Bangladesh’s largest trading partner among Southeast Asian countries. “We would also like to put more emphasis on textiles, jute products, digital health, agriculture, electronics and vaccine and other drug development programs with Bangladesh in a more efficient and effective way. uninterrupted supply chain management between the two countries,” he said. Dr. Mashiur Rahman, Economic Affairs Advisor to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, joined the session and called for more export easing from India to facilitate trade between the two countries. He mentioned that Bangladesh has been able to fight the pandemic more effectively with the help of India. He said that the people of Bangladesh have been vaccinated with Indian vaccines for which the whole country is grateful and would like to cherish the relationship between the two countries and reach many heights. “Whenever Bangladesh has been associated with India in terms of economy and other things, it has always proved fruitful for us. We would like to have more export easings from India for facilitate trade between the two countries,” he said. . UNI SJC SSP

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