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PM Narendra Modi, Sheik Hasina hold reciprocal talks; India commits $500 mn credit to Bangladesh military
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New Delhi: India and Bangladesh on Saturday inked almost two dozen settlements in key zones of protection and common atomic collaboration after "gainful" talks between Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Sheik Hasina.

In a joint deliver to the media with going by Bangladesh PM Sheik Hasina, PM Modi submitted USD 500 million credit for the nation's guard.

"India has dependably remained for the flourishing of Bangladesh and its kin. We are a long-standing and trusted advancement accomplice for Bangladesh. India and Bangladesh are likewise established that the products of our collaboration must contact our kin," PM Modi said.

PM Modi held broad examinations with his Bangladeshi partner Sheik Hasina on approaches to fortify the vital organization between the two nations.

Both the pioneers together propelled new rail and transport benefits amongst India and Bangladesh and reestablished an old rail interface between the two South Asian neighbors taking after respective talks here.

The two Prime Ministers propelled the Maitree Express prepare that will keep running amongst Kolkata and Khulna in Bangladesh and transport benefits amongst Kolkata and Dhaka by means of Khulna.

The two pioneers likewise reestablished an once ancient rail interface between Radhikapur in north Bengal and Biral in Bangladesh and hailed off a freight relegation of fast diesel from Numaligarh Refinery in Assam.

Be that as it may, tremendously postponed agreement on the Teesta water sharing stayed subtle for the two sides. Conceding that the settlement was "imperative" for India-Bangladesh ties, Modi guaranteed India's dedication to the issue.

He said an "early arrangement can and will be found" to the Teesta water sharing issue.

PM Narendra Modi, Sheik Hasina hold reciprocal talks; India commits $500 mn credit to Bangladesh military

PM Narendra Modi, Sheik Hasina hold reciprocal talks; India commits $500 mn credit to Bangladesh military

 
 


 
 


 
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