India, Bangladesh agree on mechanism to trace initiatives


Tribune News Service
NEW DELHI, August 20

India and Bangladesh have determined to arrange a high-level monitoring mechanism to overview the progress of ongoing initiatives after Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla made a two-day sprint to Dhaka earlier this week, the place he referred to as on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and met his counterpart Masud Bin Momen.

Both sides additionally mentioned new initiatives and Shringla assured that India would full three rail hyperlinks and a thermal energy plant, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava instructed newspersons right here as we speak. The Indian Foreign Secretary mentioned “helpful, particular initiatives in key areas of mutual curiosity’’, stated Srivastava. The Indian assurances about time-bound completion of ongoing initiatives in communications and energy sectors come towards the backdrop of China promising Bangladesh beneficiant help for growing communication hyperlinks and water harnessing initiatives.



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