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Aug 08, 2020

Indo-Bangla relationship is rock solid and historic: Bangladesh Foreign Minister

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Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dr. A.K. Abdul Momen has said that Bangladesh's relations with India is rock-solid and historic while it has economic ties with China. He said our victory means India's victory, our development means India's development and nothing can create problems in the growing relations between the two countries. He described Bangladesh India ties as very strong.

Asking people not to compare the relations of Bangladesh with India and China, the Foreign Minister said that India is a big trading partner of Bangladesh and it wants more trade benefits from India. Dr. Momen made these remarks while visiting the Mujibnagar
Muktijodha Memoraial Complex in Dhaka on Saturday, reported the UNB.

He said that Bangladesh and India have resolved major bilateral issues and made progress on the water sharing issue. He expressed confidence that other pending issues between the two countries will also be resolved.

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