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India, Bangladesh likely to sign three MoUs

India and Bangladesh will most likely sign three Memorandum of Understandings during PM Modi’s visit to Dhaka one week from now. The Prime Minister will visit the adjoining nation to commend the Golden Jubilee of Bangladesh’s Independence just as the birth century of its author ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheik Mujibur Rahman. 

PM Modi and the top public authority and state from Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bhutan will be among the recognized visitors who will join the festivals.

As per the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh, A.K. Abdul Momen, it is a noteworthy occasion for the country as the five heads of government and state have never (with no culmination) visited Bangladesh inside an interval of time of 10 days. He was tending to a media preparation in front of the 10-day festivities which will begin on March 17, 2021.

The Foreign Minister of Bangladesh has said that both the nations are required to sign three MoUs, in any case, they are not last yet. Masud Bin Momen, Foreign Secretary of Bangladesh, further said that MoUs are probably going to be endorsed in the field of calamity the board just as a collaboration between certain foundations of India and Bangladesh. He referenced that the public authority has been chipping away at each MoUs and will get to the last situation in regards to it within a couple of days.

Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih will be the first dignitary to show up in Dhaka on a three-day visit on March 17. He will be followed by Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa who will show up on a two-day visit on March 19. Nepalese President Bidya Devi Bhandari will be in Dhaka on a two-day visit from March 22 while Bhutan’s head Lotay Tshering will visit from March 24.

PM Modi will show up on March 26 and get back the following day. Momen said Chinese President Xi Jinping, French President Emmanuel Macron, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau, and some significant level heads of various nations and global associations would send video messages on the event.

During his trip to Bangladesh, PM Modi will visit the Bangabandhu Shrine at the village of Bangabandhu in Tungipara. He will likewise visit two Hindu sanctuaries outside Dhaka-one on Southwestern Satkhira and another in Gopalganj.