Besides bilateral trade – strategy to recover the economic turmoil due to Covid-19 was the center issue of the conference
Indian ministry of External Affairs held a digital conference titled "Digital conference on doing business with Bangladesh: Opportunities and challenges organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)" on June 29.
Besides bilateral trade – strategy to recover the economic turmoil due to Covid-19 was the center issue of the conference, according to a press release sent by New Delhi.
"India and Bangladesh have scripted a golden chapter in our partnership under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina," said Shri V Muraleedharan, Union Minister of State for External & Parliamentary Affairs.
"There is a mutual desire to further strengthen the relationship in areas that will help bring benefits to people on the two sides," he added.
Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Muhammad Imran stressed on the symbiotic relation of these two nations beyond trade.
"It is more imperative that the two countries complement and cooperate to bring great benefit to both countries in areas where they have competitive advantage," he mentioned about the ongoing pandemic situation.
Riva Ganguly Das, Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh; Sheikh Fazle Islam, President of Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FBCCI); Sirazul Islam, Executive Chairman of Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA); David Rasquinha Managing Director of EXIM Bank India; Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General CII and Abdul Matlub Ahmad, President of India Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IBCCI) were also present in the conference among others.