HC IMRAN CALLS ON MEGHALAYA DEPUTY CM
In February, Bangladesh High Commissioner ...
In February, Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Muhammad Imran undertook a 4-day official visit to two North-eastern Indian states of Assam and Meghalaya to witness various important establishments built there under Bangladesh-India joint initiatives. As part of his visit, the Bangladesh envoy paid a courtesy call on Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Prestone Tynsong at the latter’s office. Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner in Guwahati and first secretary to Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi were present at the meeting.
During the meeting, the High Commissioner laid emphasis on different bilateral issues including further expansion of cooperation in various sectors between the two countries. He said Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in various sectors during the last couple of years under the able leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Bangladesh’s development, especially in the economic sector, is being lauded by the international community.
In his remarks, the Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya appreciated Bangladesh’s leadership for achieving progress in various sectors and laid emphasis on further increasing bilateral trade for the betterment of the two people. In this context, he proposed setting up a new ‘Border Haat’ and land tariff station along the Bangladesh-Meghalaya international border line aimed at further expansion of bilateral trade.
The Bangladesh High Commissioner saw various activities of Dawki-Tamabil land tariff station. Earlier, the Bangladesh High Commissioner paid courtesy calls on Governor of Assam Jagdish Mukhi and Governor of Meghalaya Satta Pal Malik.