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Sheikh Hasina Invites Indian PM Modi To Bangladesh

Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud (Centre), Bangladesh High commissioner In India Mustafizur Rahman (Left) And Prime Minister's Press Secretary Naimul Islam Khan (Right). Photo: Collected

Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud (Centre), Bangladesh High commissioner In India Mustafizur Rahman (Left) And Prime Minister's Press Secretary Naimul Islam Khan (Right). Photo: Collected

Foreign minister Hasan Mahmud, who is accompanying the prime minister on her Delhi trip, told newsmen that the prime minister Sheikh Hasina has invited Indian prime minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh. The foreign ministry disclosed this in a press release today, Monday.

Bangladesh high commissioner in India, Mustafizur Rahman and prime minister's press secretary Naimul Islam Khan were also with the foreign minister at this time.

At ITC Maurya Hotel in the Indian capital New Delhi Speaking to newsmen on Sunday evening, Hasan Mahmud said prime minister Sheikh Hasina held an exclusive meeting with Narendra Modi after attending his swearing-in-ceremony as the prime minister for the third term.

The foreign minister said prime minister Sheikh Hasina expressed her sincere desire to the new government of Modi to strengthen the bondage of two countries during the meeting at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Hasan Mahmud said the relationship between Bangladesh and India under the leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina and prime minister Nadrendra Modi has reached to the new height and there are many scopes for Bangladesh and India to work as close door neighbours.

Meanwhile prime minister Sheikh Hasina reached New Delhi on Saturday afternoon and was invited as one of the world leaders to attend the swearing-in-ceremony of Narendra Modi.

The prime minister joined the swearing-in-ceremony with about 8,000 invited guests at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Sunday evening.

Her daughter and World Health Organisation's South-East Asia Region director Saima Wazed and prime minister's private industries and investment adviser Salman Fazlur Rahman joined her. The prime minister is scheduled to leave Delhi for Dhaka on Monday afternoon.

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