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Ties will become more dynamic as new government takes over: Indian High Commissioner

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India’s High Commissioner to Bangladesh Prannoy Verma has commented that bilateral relations will become more dynamic after the new government takes over in Bangladesh.

Foreign Minister Dr. Prannoy Verma paid a courtesy call on Hasan Mahmud at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday. After the meeting, the foreign minister told reporters.

Indian High Commissioner said, ‘India wants to work more closely with Bangladesh. Delhi will be next to the new government in the formation of Smart Bangladesh.

The foreign minister said that discussions were held with the Indian High Commission on increasing the use of own currency exchange between the two countries to increase bilateral trade.

The foreign minister said that he has been invited to visit Delhi. Said, “We want to start the bilateral tour from India but the multilateral tour will start from Uganda.”

The foreign minister also told Prannoy Verma that Bangladesh is interested in increasing trade and communication with India.

The minister said, ‘There is no question of discussion with those who burn people to death.’

After the formation of the new government yesterday, Foreign Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud went to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the first time and met with the concerned people, got to know each other.

On January 11, the new cabinet ministers and state ministers took oath. The new 36 Ministers-Ministers of State have already accepted the responsibilities of their ministries and departments.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, apart from the duties of Prime Minister, has kept the Cabinet Department, Defense Ministry, Armed Forces Department, Power-Fuel and Mineral Resources Ministry and Labor and Employment Ministry in her hands.

Awami League led by Sheikh Hasina has been elected for the fourth consecutive time by getting 222 seats in the 12th National Parliament Election. Independent candidates won 62 seats. Jatiya Party won 11 seats. And Walkers Party, Jasad and Bangladesh Kalyan Party won one seat each.


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