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इंडियन आवाज़     06 Jun 2020 02:26:08      انڈین آواز

Assam govt to host two-day stakeholders’ meet between India, Bangladesh from Oct 22

AMN / GUWAHATI

At the time of Controversy over the NRC, the Assam government will be hosting a two-day stakeholders’ meeting between India and Bangladesh from October 22nd in Guwahati.

A 70-member delegation from Bangladesh, including two Central ministers and two advisors of the Prime Minister, will be participating in the meet. A similar top-level team from India, including Union ministers, will represent the host nation.

Assam govt to host two-day stakeholders’ meet between India, Bangladesh from Oct 22

The Assam government will be hosting a two-day stakeholders’ meeting between India and Bangladesh from 22nd of this month in Guwahati.

A 70-member delegation from Bangladesh, including two Central ministers and two advisors of the Prime Minister, will be participating in the meet. A similar top-level team from India, including Union ministers, will represent the host nation.

Talking to media persons in Guwahati, Assam Commerce and Industry Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary said the idea of the meet is to put Assam at the centre point of India’s trade expansion with ASEAN and Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal or BBN countries. The minister also said the country’s first International multi-model hub will be set up at Jogighopa in Assam at a cost of 600 crore rupees.

Talking to newspersons in Guwahati, Assam Commerce and Industry Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary said the idea of the meet is to put Assam at the centre point of India’s trade expansion with ASEAN and Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal or BBN countries. The minister also said the country’s first International multi-model hub will be set up at Jogighopa in Assam at a cost of 600 crore rupees.

“The meet would discuss and create awareness on the
opportunities made available to exporters and transporters by
these path-breaking agreements”, said Patowary.

The meet would also address operational loose ends and
harness comprehensive cooperation of all stakeholders to
achieve synergy in trade between Bangladesh and North East
India, he said.

“We believe that the meet would provide a fillip to
the establishment of business relations not only with
Bangladesh but also with South East Asian countries through
the ports of Bangladesh,” he said.

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