Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to additional strengthen the prevailing bilateral relations between the 2 international locations for mutual advantages.
They reached the consensus at a bilateral assembly held between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and UAE Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum right here on Tuesday.
Briefing reporters after the assembly, Overseas Minister AK Abdul Momen mentioned Sheikh Mohammed, additionally the ruler of Dubai, harassed the necessity for growing the frequency of Emirates flights between the 2 international locations.
Hasina in reply mentioned her authorities was establishing the third terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal Worldwide Airport. “We’re attempting to boost our capability to this finish.”
She mentioned the UAE has loads of scope to commerce with and put money into Bangladesh.
The premier lauded the UAE authorities for efficiently tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sheikh Mohammed appreciated the Bangladesh authorities. “You’ve accomplished effectively [in Covid-19 management],” he was quoted as saying.
The UAE vice chairman thanked Hasina for visiting his nation through the celebration of the Worldwide Ladies’s Day.
The 2 leaders led their respective groups to the assembly on the Dubai Exhibition Centre.
Chairperson of the Nationwide Advisory Committee for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Problems Saima Wazed, Overseas Minister Momen, Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi, Expatriates’ Welfare and Abroad Employment Minister Imran Ahmad, PM’s Non-public Trade and Funding Affairs Adviser Salman F Rahman and State Minister for Ladies and Youngsters Affairs Fazilatun Nessa Indira, amongst others, have been current on the assembly.
FOUR MOUS SIGNED
Following the assembly, Bangladesh and the UAE signed 4 MoUs, aiming to spice up bilateral cooperation between the 2 international locations.
The signed devices have been exchanged between the 2 sides in presence of the 2 leaders.
The devices are: MoU on Cooperation in Greater Training and Scientific Analysis between Bangladesh and UAE, MoU on Cooperation between Bangladesh Institute of Worldwide and Strategic Research (BIISS) and the Emirates Centre for Strategic Research and Analysis (ECSSR), MoU on cooperation between the international companies academies of the 2 international locations, and MoU on cooperation between the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Trade (FBCCI) and Dubai Worldwide Chamber.
Hasina arrived on the Gulf nation on Monday on a five-day official go to on the invitation of UAE Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed.