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Dhaka, Delhi sign 10 instruments to strengthen bilateral cooperation

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Dhaka, Delhi sign 10 instruments to strengthen bilateral cooperation

Dhaka, Delhi sign 10 instruments to strengthen bilateral cooperation

Dhaka and New Delhi on Saturday signed 10 instruments including three renewed MoUs for strengthening bilateral cooperation on different sectors.

The sectors include blue economy, oceanographic research, fisheries, disaster and health, space and military education, reports UNB.

Two shared visions, five new MoUs and three renewed MoUs were exchanged in presence of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after a bilateral meeting between the two sides at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi.
The two visions which were exchanged are Shared vision of India Bangladesh Digital Partnership; and Shared Vision of India Bangladesh Green Partnership for a Sustainable Future.

The five other new documents are MoU between the Government of Bangladesh and Government of India in the Field of Blue Economy and Maritime Cooperation in the Bay of Bengal and India Ocean Region; MoU between Bangladesh Oceanographic Research Institute (BORI), Bangladesh and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India for Joint Research on Oceanography of the Indian Ocean and Capacity Building; MoU on Rail Connectivity between India and Bangladesh; MoU between Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Centre (IN-SPACe), and Bangladesh's Ministry of Posts, Telecommunication and Information Technology for Collaboration on a Joint Small Satellite Project; and MoU on Academic Cooperation between Defence Staff Colleges.

Three renewed documents are MoU for Fisheries Cooperation; MoU for Disaster Management; and MoU in Cooperation in the Field of Health and Medicine.

The two shared visions; MoU on maritime cooperation and blue economy; and renewed MoU in health and medicine were exchanged by Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen and Indian Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra on behalf of their respective sides.

The MoU on Joint Small Satellite Project was exchanged by Chairman and CEO of Bangladesh Satellite Company Dr Shahjahan Mahmood and Secretary of Indian Space Department S Somanath, while the MoU on railway connectivity by Bangladesh's Railways Secretary Dr Md Humayun Kabir and Chairperson of Indian Railway Board Jaya Sinha.

Besides, MoU for Cooperation in Oceanography, two renewed MoUs for cooperation in the disaster management and the fisheries sector were exchanged by Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Mustafizur Rahman and India High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma.

The final MoU between DSSC, Wellington and DSCSC Mirpur for cooperation concerning military education in the field of strategic and operational studies was exchanged by Principal Staff Officer of Bangladesh's Armed Force Division Lieutenant General Mizanur Rahman Shameem and Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Verma.


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