PM Narendra Modi accepts Sheikh Hasina’s invite to go to Bangladesh on Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s delivery centenary | India Information
New Delhi: The Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) on Tuesday (March 16, 2021) introduced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted Sheikh Hasina’s invite to go to Bangladesh on Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s delivery centenary.
The MEA knowledgeable that PM Modi will visit Bangladesh on March 26 and 27.
“On the invitation of Prime Minister H.E. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will probably be visiting Bangladesh on March 26 & 27, 2021,” the MEA stated.
The visit is in connection with the commemoration of three epochal occasions – Mujib Borsho, the delivery centenary of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman; 50 years of the institution of diplomatic ties between India and Bangladesh; and 50 years of Bangladesh’s conflict of liberation.
PM Modi who had last visited Bangladesh in 2015 may even attend the Nationwide Day programme of Bangladesh on March 26, because the visitor of honour.
In accordance with MEA, the programme of the Prime Minister, aside from holding bilateral consultations with Sheikh Hasina, additionally features a name on Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid.
“Overseas Minister of Bangladesh Dr A.Okay. Abdul Momen will name on the Prime Minister,” MEA stated.
Prime Minister Modi’s go to to the neighbouring nation will probably be his first go to to a overseas nation for the reason that COVID-19 outbreak, which, the MEA stated ‘highlights the precedence India attaches to Bangladesh’.
That is to be famous that India has up to now offered Bangladesh with 90 lakh Indian-made COVID-19 vaccines.