The world is fascinated by the development of Bangladesh
Posted on November 4th, 2021

Hafizur Talukdar

The world is fascinated by the development of Bangladesh

The world is fascinated by the development of Bangladesh! On the occasion of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary and the golden jubilee of independence, the top people of Maldives, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India have come to Bangladesh in the confidence of a leader even in the difficult times of Corona. Besides, the heads of state of different countries including United Nations, United States, China, Russia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Pakistan, Turkey, Germany, Spain have praised Bangladesh, Bangabandhu and Sheikh Hasina.

Everyone has praised Sheikh Hasina’s leadership for successfully tackling the situation in Bangladesh. They have recognized the importance and contribution of Bangladesh to the world. Bangladesh is ahead of the world in many important sectors. Many have asked for cooperation in them. Bangladesh has also appealed to different countries. On the golden jubilee of independence, many issues have been agreed upon. In particular, India and Bangladesh are committed to corona risk. This commitment was made at the India-Bangladesh joint bilateral meeting. It has been decided that the two countries will jointly address the risk of the ongoing epidemic Corona, a new challenge in the health sector. The two countries will also celebrate the 50th victory celebration of Bangladesh on December 16. Besides, an agreement has been reached to start direct flights and shipping from Bangladesh to Maldives. Both Bangladesh and Maldives have agreed to sign a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) to increase trade and commerce between the two countries. The Prime Ministers of the two countries agreed to enhance cooperation in various fields including enhancing road, rail and air connectivity between the two countries to expand Bangladesh-Bhutan trade. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has also assured that Bhutanese students studying in Bangladesh will get one-time full-term visas. Abdar Naval and Airways of Nepal to Bangladesh in developing relations. During the visit, Nepal expressed interest in enhancing naval and air connectivity and Bangladesh agreed in principle. Sri Lanka has praised Sheikh Hasina’s leadership in successfully handling the situation.

Direct flights and shipping from Bangladesh to Maldives will start: Bangladesh and Maldives have agreed to sign a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) to increase trade and commerce between the two countries. The two leaders agreed to sign the PTA during a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Salihar. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has requested to legalize illegal Bangladeshis staying in Maldives. Meanwhile, the President of Maldives said that he would stand by Bangladesh in resolving the Rohingya crisis. In addition, four Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed in various fields, including fisheries and cultural relations, at the summit between Bangladesh and the Maldives to further strengthen bilateral cooperation. During the meeting, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed interest in signing a preferential trade agreement with the Maldives. Describing Bangladesh as a potential trading partner of the Maldives, the President expressed hope that the PTA agreement between the two countries would be signed soon. On the Rohingya issue, the Maldivian president said, “His country wants to work with Bangladesh to ensure the rights of the Rohingya in the ICJ (International Courts of Justice).”

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has said that direct flights and shipping from Bangladesh to Male in Maldives will start soon. He made the remarks at a joint press conference with Maldivian Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid in the afternoon after a bilateral meeting chaired by the two heads of government. The Foreign Minister said, “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced that Bangladesh Biman will soon fly from Bangladesh to Maldives. Another good news is that soon we will launch a shipping line between Chittagong and Mal. ‘He said,’ Bangladesh and Maldives have agreed to sign a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) to increase trade and investment. ‘ In this case we have not advanced too much yet. That is why we have made a proposal to them that we want to make a PTA, which we did with Bhutan a few days ago. ” At the time, Maldivian Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid said, We are going to have a joint commission. We can take it to new heights. Through this we will be able to resolve all issues through regular discussions.

Bhutanese students applying for one-time full-term visas to study in Bangladesh: Bhutanese Prime Minister Dr. Lotte Schering met with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina last Wednesday. During the meeting, the Prime Ministers of the two countries agreed to enhance cooperation in various fields including expansion of Bangladesh-Bhutan trade, increase in road, rail and air connectivity between the two countries. During the meeting, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina emphasized on building the necessary infrastructure to avail the maximum benefits of the Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) signed between Bangladesh and Bhutan. He also emphasized on building more seaports. During the meeting, the Prime Ministers of the two countries discussed cooperation in various sectors between the two countries including trade and connectivity.

During the meeting, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that a bilateral or tripartite memorandum of understanding for the construction of cooperative hydropower plants would be prepared. At the time, the Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lotte Shering, requested for a one-time full-term visa or multiple entry facility for Bhutanese students studying in Bangladesh. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina agreed with the Prime Minister of Bhutan on the issue and directed the concerned parties to take necessary steps in this regard. Expressing interest in cooperating in the IT sector, Sheikh Hasina said, “Bangladesh can assist Bhutan in the IT sector including broadband internet.” The Prime Ministers of Bangladesh and Bhutan also agreed to work together in international forums including the United Nations. He also directed the concerned parties to take measures for easy access of ships to facilitate trade and commerce.

Nepal’s Abdar Naval and Air Path to Bangladesh for Improving Relations: Nepal’s President Vidya Devi Bhandari paid a two-day state visit to Bangladesh. While Nepal expressed interest in enhancing naval and air connectivity during the visit, Bangladesh agreed in principle. Foreign Minister Dr. at the press conference held in the context of the visit of the President of Nepal Vidya Devi Bhandari to Bangladesh at the Foreign Service Academy in the capital. AK Abdul Momen said, “Nepal has expressed interest in using Bangladesh’s domestic air and sea routes.” They have expressed interest in using the airports of Syedpur, Sylhet and Chittagong in particular. At the same time, it has expressed interest in using naval routes. We have agreed in principle. At the behest of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, we want to transform Bangladesh into a gateway or multimodal connective hub for the whole of South and Southeast Asia. ”

He said, “This visit of the President of Nepal will further accelerate and strengthen the friendly bilateral relations based on the prevailing cultural and geographical proximity.” During the visit, Bangladesh and Nepal signed four bilateral agreements on various issues. Nepal is interested in supplying hydropower to Bangladesh. Besides, BVIN will be the first to connect with India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Later Bhutan will be added gradually. Noting that the Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) between Nepal and Bangladesh will be signed soon, the Foreign Minister said, “Both leaders (Prime Minister of Bangladesh and President of Nepal) have emphasized on harnessing the huge potential for expanding bilateral trade.” Bilateral trade will increase significantly if preferential trade agreements are signed. We hope the agreement will be signed soon. “

Sri Lanka praises Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership in successfully tackling the situation in Bangladesh Sri Lanka: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa have agreed to open new areas of trade and commerce between the two countries at the Bangladesh-Sri Lanka summit. Apart from agreeing to open up new areas of trade, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have also signed six MoUs to enhance cooperation in various fields including youth development, agriculture and technical education. Emphasizing on the need for a free trade agreement, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “A joint feasibility study on a free trade agreement has already been completed. We should move quickly to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). ”Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, on the other hand, emphasized Bangladesh’s emphasis on increasing trade and the trade sector, as well as Bangladesh’s Blue-Economy concept, and expressed interest in sharing experiences with Bangladesh.

Emphasizing on the participation of the private sector in the meeting, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “There is a huge potential for many Bangladeshi products in the Sri Lankan market.” We urge Sri Lankan investors to invest more in Bangladesh’s special economic zones, industrial parks and high-tech parks. In the presence of the two Prime Ministers, six Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) were signed to enhance mutual cooperation between the two countries. ‘ We should move quickly to a free trade agreement. The Prime Minister also emphasized on sharing experiences in the field of agriculture including paddy cultivation and freshwater fish farming. He also expressed interest in learning technology from Sri Lanka on coast, aquaculture, and deep sea fishing. During the bilateral meeting, the Prime Minister emphasized on more institutional cooperation in the field of education for capacity building, technical training and skills development. Referring to the pharmaceutical industry in Bangladesh, the Prime Minister said, “Sri Lanka can benefit by importing world-class medicines from Bangladesh.”

Expressing satisfaction over the existence of the two countries, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa said, “Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are close friends. Rajapaksa invited Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to visit Sri Lanka next year to mark the golden jubilee of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The issue of transformation of Bangladesh into a digital country

World leaders in praise of Bangladesh: World leaders have greeted Bangladesh on the occasion of the golden jubilee of independence and the centenary of Mujib. They conveyed this greeting through a video message. On the occasion, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, US President Joe Biden, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese President Yoshihide Suga, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, President Prince Charles, President of Pakistan, President of Pakistan Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Germany, the King of Spain, the Secretary of State of the United States Anthony Blinken and the President of the European Union sent greetings. In addition, the British High Commissioner to Dhaka Robert Dixon wished for the golden jubilee of independence. In a congratulatory message, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said, “Bangladesh is playing a big role in the world arena. The people of Bangladesh have played a major role in social progress in the last five decades. I congratulate them for their improvement. I would also like to congratulate Bangladesh for being a developing country. ‘He said,’ Bangladesh is playing a big role in the world court. Bangladesh is the largest member of the UN peacekeeping mission. Bangladesh has given shelter to millions of Rohingyas. Thank them for that. ‘In his congratulatory message, US President Joe Biden said,’ Bangladesh has set an excellent example of world humanity by sheltering about one million Rohingya. Besides, Bangladesh is now known as a shining example of economic prosperity, ”the US President said in a video message on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Independence on Friday. Biden expressed hope that “Bangladesh will play an important role in mitigating global climate change.” His administration will do everything possible to help Bangladesh on the issue of climate change.

In a message sent on the occasion of the golden jubilee of independence, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the architect of Bangladesh, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was an extraordinary leader. “Bangladesh is also celebrating the birth centenary of Bangabandhu on the occasion of the golden jubilee of independence,” Putin said, referring to the deep friendly relations between Bangladesh and Russia. ‘

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has commented that Bangladesh is currently one of the most economically developing countries in the world. Boris Johnson said Bangladesh is currently an economically developing country. We want to live with the dream of prosperity of Bangladesh. He said Bangabandhu came to 10 Downing Street (Prime Minister’s Office of the United Kingdom) in 1972. Which was the beginning of friendship between our two countries. This friendship has become stronger in the last 50 years. Boris Johnson said there are more than six lakh Bangladeshis in the UK. They are contributing to the development of the UK.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said: “The Covid-19 epidemic has spread around the world. It was not possible for me to accept this invitation. But if the situation improves, I have the desire to visit Bangladesh. “He said,” The feeling of brotherhood between the people of the two countries will strengthen the will to further improve our relations. “Addressing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the Turkish president said: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has earned a place among the famous statesmen of the twentieth century through struggle and sacrifice for the nation. I believe that in the year of the golden jubilee of Bangladesh, our relationship and cooperation will be deeper. ‘

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