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Describing the relationship between India and Bangladesh as ‘360 degree partnership’, External Affairs Minister S.K. Jaishankar (S Jaishankar) said on Thursday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed Dhaka visit this month will be ‘very memorable’ indeed. Jaishankar arrived here on a one-day visit on Thursday ahead of Prime Minister Modi’s forthcoming visit to Bangladesh. The Prime Minister is going to come here this month to mark the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh independence and 50 years of establishing diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and India.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister A.K. K. S. after detailed discussion with Abdul Momen. Jaishankar said that Bangladesh has a prominent place in India’s ‘neighbor first’ policy and it is also relevant in India’s ‘Act East Policy’. Addressing a joint press conference with Momen, Jaishankar said, “We are working on preparations for the Prime Minister’s (Modi) scheduled visit.” It will undoubtedly be a very yatra journey. If I am correct, this will be his (Modi’s) first foreign visit and second Bangladesh visit as Prime Minister since the onset of the Coronavirus epidemic. “On 26 March, Prime Minister Modi’s two-day visit to Dhaka and participate in various events is likely to. Jaishankar admitted that this is a ‘very special year’ for the people of Bangladesh. Both countries are celebrating ‘Mujib Bersho’ to mark the completion of 50 years of Bangladesh independence and 50 years of Bangladesh-India bilateral relations.
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Inaugurating the press conference, Jaishankar said, “All our dreams come true and I assure you that India will always be with you as a true friend”. In terms of the importance of mutual contact between the people of the two countries. The External Affairs Minister tweeted, “Our relationship is so wide and our mutual understanding is so deep that no aspect is untouched between us.” It is indeed a 360-degree relationship. “Jaishankar said,” Our relationship is more than our strategy partnership and I believe that our relationship is an important factor in fulfilling the dream of a peaceful, prosperous and progressive South Asia. ” He said that to fulfill this dream, both sides have made significant progress in the relationship, especially since Prime Minister Modi took office in May 2014.
Jaishankar said that the importance of India’s relations with Bangladesh makes it clear that it is relevant to India’s ‘neighbor first’ policy and in the ‘Act East Policy’ which intensifies relations with the countries located towards the east. He said, “We see Bangladesh as an important neighbor and valuable partner in the border areas of not only South Asia but the Indo-Pacific region.” Every outcome and achievement of our relationship affects this region. It is not a secret that we set an example for others to do the same. ”In his meeting with Momen, Jaishankar discussed ways to take bilateral relations further. Jaishankar told reporters, “We also want to develop our relations in the areas of security, trade, transport and connectivity, culture, mutual contact between people and development of shared resources.”
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He said, “Our relationship is so cordial that there is no issue that we cannot resolve to talk to each other.” Momen said that the two countries should work together and “Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Sheikh” Under Hasina’s leadership, they are committed to take their bilateral relations to a new height. Jaishankar said that his visit is also a way to show solidarity towards the “our common” fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In January, India sent more than 2 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine to Bangladesh as a gift. Jaishankar said, “The epidemic has really provided us an opportunity to reinvigorate our relationship.” Bangladesh is the country with the highest dose of vaccines produced in India. Also, Bangladesh is the country to receive the gift of 20 lakh doses of vaccine as a friendship and this is appropriate. ”
On the pending issue of Teesta River water sharing, Jaishankar said, “We discussed it and let you know that a meeting of our water resources secretaries is going to be held soon.” I am sure they will discuss it further. You know the attitude of the Indian government and there is no change in that. ”He said that India has agreed to sign the agreement in principle but in New Delhi could not be signed actually due to some internal issues. In response to a question related to the alleged killing of Bangladeshi civilians by the Border Security Force (BSF) on the international border, Jaishankar said, “We discussed it.” Many deaths also occur in India. Every death is tragic. ”
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