Industry Desk: Bangladesh and India yesterday signed four MoUs to further strengthen the existing “multifaceted cooperation” between the two countries, according to a joint statement.
The MoUs were signed at the fifth meeting of the Bangladesh-India Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) held in New Delhi.
Foreign Minister Dr Ak Abdul Momen and his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj co-chaired the JCC meeting.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on mid-career training of 1,800 Bangladesh civil servants while another MoU signed between AYUSH and the Ministry of Health of Bangladesh on cooperation in the field of medicinal plants.
Another MoU between Anti-Corruption Commission of Bangladesh and Central Bureau of Investigation of India was also signed. Hiranandani Group and Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority also signed an MoU to facilitate investment in the Indian Economic Zone in Mongla.
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