Dhaka: Indian Military chief Common MM Naravane on Thursday handed over 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines to his Bangladeshi counterpart Common Aziz Ahmed who thanked India for its commendable cooperation in serving to his nation deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Common Naravane is visiting Dhaka on the invitation of his Common Ahmed. The go to comes lower than two weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled to the neighbouring nation.
Throughout their assembly, the 2 generals mentioned points associated to the nice relations between the armed forces of the 2 nations and mutual cooperation sooner or later, the Dhaka Tribune reported.
Points associated to the implementation of the Border Street Organisation, coaching of Military pilots, alternate of defence specialists and trainers, mutual defence cooperation have been mentioned, it stated.
Gen Naravane handed over 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines to Bangladesh Gen Ahmed. Gen Aziz expressed gratitude for India’s commendable cooperation in serving to Dhaka deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the report stated.
Gen Aziz hoped India would assist Bangladesh in resolving the Rohingya disaster.
Earlier, Gen Naravane paid tributes to the fallen heroes of Bangladesh’s 1971 Liberation Warfare after arriving within the nation on a five-day go to to additional strengthen the shut and fraternal ties present between the Armed Forces of the 2 nations.
The 12 months 2021 marks the fiftieth anniversary of India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations, the liberation of Bangladesh from Pakistan and the delivery centenary of ”Bangabandhu” Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.