Friday, May 6, 2011

Delhi wants Dhaka ties to achieve the highest possible Summit

Visiting Vice President Hamid Ansari, expressed this Hope at the same time, the President Zillur Rahman.

"Bangladeshi relations more and more powers of decision shall be as set out in the coming days as we share many things in common, including the culture and history," Ansari said Thursday.

Ansari arrived here Thursday, a two-day visit to the birth of the 150th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of the poet Rabindranath Tagore to the interface.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to start with the celebrations of the common later Friday.

At this time, Rahman said, "excellent" in the light of the State of bilateral relations were between the two countries and Bangladesh attached great importance to the protection of the "it" in ties, India, Bangladesh Sangbad Sanstha (BSS), the official news agency reported.

This is the first high level visit to Bangladesh, the Indian delegation, led by the Awami League, when the Government took office in January 2009.

The visit is considered to be the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India, the preparation for the voyage later this year.

Rahman thanked Ansari of Bangladesh to join Tagore's birth anniversary celebrations coming soon.

He expressed the hope that the joint celebrations continue to deepen the friendship of the peoples of the two countries.

The Chairman is known as a reliable friend of Bangladesh, India, and remember, the Indian Government and the people of that country's crucial support for the war in 1971.

Ansari said, India had supported Bangladesh during its war in 1971 "as a moral responsibility," the Daily Star said.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina also met with the former diplomat, Ansari, who has worked in Bangladesh, although, the Indian Foreign Service.

The two leaders discussed a wide range of bilateral issues, trade and business expansion, as well as two further markkinalähtöisemmässä of the cultural heritage with neighbouring countries creates the Press Secretary Abul Kalam told newspersons.


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