India’s foreign minister has agreed to Bangladesh’s proposal for joint management of 54 common rivers. S. Jayashankar. He said that due to the common rivers, there is environmental harmony between the two countries. And this mill will play an important role in protecting the environment.
This was stated by the Foreign Minister of India at the 7th meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) between Bangladesh and India held in New Delhi on Sunday. S. Jayashankar. The meeting was attended by the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh. AK Abdul Momen.
At the time, the Indian Foreign Minister expressed interest in working with Bangladesh in the future in various fields, including cyber security and upgrading of the railway system. He also said that by working with Bangladesh in various fields related to artificial intelligence, cyber security, startups and fintech or financial technology, the two countries would further strengthen their ties.
India agrees to joint management of common river
Foreign Minister at the meeting of the Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) between Bangladesh and India. AK Abdul Momen said that India is the most important neighbor of Bangladesh. The initiatives of both the countries have contributed to the stability and development of our entire region. The relationship between us (Bangladesh-India) is determined on the basis of mutual trust and respect.