Bangladesh High Commissioner pays courtesy visit to CM

Published By : Admin | July 27, 2013 | 19:52 IST
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"Fruitful discussion for expanding and strengthening mutual ties"

Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Mr. Tariq A. Karim paid courtesy visit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today. In the backdrop of cultural, economical and social parallels between Bangladesh and Gujarat the duo discussed about expanding and strengthening relations between both the regions.

Expressing eagerness to develop long-term relationship with India Mr. Tariq Karim said, “Bangladesh holds possibilities of development in cotton-textile, ship-building and ship-breaking industries. Gujarat too is leading in cotton-textile and ship-building. And so both the regions can join hand for mutual benefits”. The meet also discussed partnership for seaweed farming and growing mangrove trees at the Gujarat coastlines.

The Chief Minister also extended invitation to Mr. Tariq Karim for the ‘Rannotsav’ a leading event in the tourism of Gujarat.

Principal Secretary to Chief Minister K. Kailasnathan was also present on the occasion.

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