Breaking News
Home | National | Dhaka, Thimphu agree to enhance cooperation

Dhaka, Thimphu agree to enhance cooperation

Sign five bilateral documents

WT24 Desk

Bangladesh and Bhutan on Saturday signed five bilateral instruments to enhance cooperation on inland waterways, health, agriculture, tourism sectors and Public Administration Training Centres, Agencies report.

These instruments are expected to enhance cooperation on cargo transportation, cooperation in health, agriculture and tourism sectors and cooperation between the Public Administration Training Centres of the two countries for exchange of faculty members as well as training and capacity building.

The instruments were signed after official talks between Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bhutanese Prime Minister Lotay Tshering at the Prime Minister’s office here.

The two prime ministers witnessed the signing ceremony.

Shipping Secretary Md Abdus Samad and secretary of Ministry of Economic Affairs Dasho Yeshi Wangdi signed the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the operationalisation of an MoU on the use of inland waterways for transportation of bilateral trade and transit cargos between the two countries.

The MoU between the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh and Ministry of Health of the Royal Government of Bhutan was signed by Health Division Services Secretary Md Ashadul Islam and Bhutanese Health Secretary Dr Ugen Dophu.

The MoU between Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC) and department of Agriculture of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests of Bhutan was inked by Executive Chairman of BARC Dr Md Kabir Ikramul Haque and Bhutanese Ambassador Sonam Tobden Rabgye.

Rector of Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center and Bhutanese Ambassador Sonam Tobden Rabgye signed the MoU between BPATC and Royal Institute for Management (RIM) while Bang

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Check Also

‘Digital Bangladesh Day’ Thursday

WT24 Desk The ‘Digital Bangladesh Day’ will be celebrated in the country Thursday, Agencies report. ...

Dhaka dismisses any repression on minorities

Any deviation from historic secular position may weaken India, says FM WT24 Desk Foreign Minister ...