Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram K Doraiswami paid a courtesy call to Public-Private Partnership Authority (PPPA) CEO Sultana Afroz on Monday.
Sultana Afroz, secretary to the Bangladesh government and CEO of PPPA, outlined the potential of collaboration between the two countries in the infrastructure, said a press release.
She also noted that the first PPP project in Bangladesh providing kidney dialysis services was implemented by an Indian company.
Indian High Commissioner Doraiswami recognised the enormous opportunities that PPPA is offering to the developing partners as it does in moving the bilateral relationship forward.
He noted that the two countries are going through the golden era of bilateral relationship.
A presentation outlining the roles, responsibilities and achievements of PPPA was displayed during the meeting.
The two countries are connected through history, culture and the hearts of people. He expressed his belief that Bangladesh will continue to grow under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
A presentation outlining the roles, responsibilities and achievements of PPPA was given. Bangladesh has a pipeline of 79 projects of which 6 projects have started construction work. PPPA is supporting projects in various sectors, such as transportation, tourism, health, housing and more.