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Bangladesh and Uzbekistan discussed about bilateral cooperation

On September 6, the Deputy Prime Minister met with the Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan S. Umaruzakov and the Adviser to the Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Salman Fazlur Rahman.

PM’s adviser Salman F Rahman meets Uzbekistan Deputy Prime Minister Sardor Umurzakov
Figure: They discussed in detail the current agenda of bilateral cooperation in the areas of investment, trade, economic, industrial, cultural and humanitarian.

At that time, they discussed in detail the current agenda of bilateral cooperation in the areas of investment, trade, economic, industrial, cultural and humanitarian.

The establishment of industrial cooperation in areas such as agriculture, textiles, leather and footwear and pharmaceutical industries through the creation of joint ventures between the two countries has been declared as a prerequisite for the development of the countries.

There is also an agreement on the development and approval of a ‘road map’ for the development of industrial cooperation.

The intergovernmental dialogue needed to be intensified in order to quickly resolve and establish issues of mutual interest.

In this regard, an agreement has been reached between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to hold the next meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation and to work together to enrich its program through specific proposals and projects.

At the same time, foreign parties have shown interest in increasing mutual tourist flow through the development of ‘pilgrimage tourism’.

On the other hand, the possibility of expanding mutual communication in the field of education has also been considered.

In this regard, an agreement has been reached between the International Tourism University ‘Silk Road’ (Samarkand) and the University ‘Jahangir Nagar’ (Dhaka) to establish cooperation.

Following the meeting, an agreement was also reached to form a joint working group to promote and implement the discussed areas of cooperation.

 

 

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