The Foreign Ministers of the two countries are committed to taking the Bangladesh-Australia relations to a new leve

The two Foreign Ministers expressed satisfaction over the progress made in signing the Structural Agreement on Trade and Investment (TIFA) between the two countries. Australia has huge potential for cooperation in the field of environmentally friendly technology and renewable energy

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The Foreign Ministers of the two countries are committed to taking the Bangladesh-Australia relations to a new leve

The Policy Times Dhaka Bureau (Jun 2’nd) :
The Foreign Ministers of the two countries expressed their determination to take the development cooperation between Bangladesh and Australia to a new level through trade, trade, and human resource development cooperation.

Monday (May 31),
the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh. A. K. Abdul Momen, MP and Australian Foreign Minister Senator the Hon Marise Payne, expressed this conviction while talking on the phone.

The two Foreign Ministers expressed satisfaction over the progress made in signing the Structural Agreement on Trade and Investment (TIFA) between the two countries. Australia has huge potential for cooperation in the field of environmentally friendly technology and renewable energy, he said. Momen. He sought the cooperation of Australia in enhancing the skills and training of manpower in Bangladesh. He called upon Australia to invest in 100 economic zones and 26 high-tech parks in Bangladesh in various fields including ICT, telecommunication, jute, and blue economy, and stressed increasing trade between the two countries.

He thanked the Australian government for its continued support of Myanmar‘s displaced Rohingya people. Momen. He also urged the Rohingyas to continue their efforts to return home as soon as possible.

Mentioning that Australia has very friendly relations with Bangladesh, Dr. Momen thanked the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Australia for giving speeches on the centenary of Bangabandhus birth and the golden jubilee of independence. He recalled the contribution of Australian citizens in the liberation war of Bangladesh.

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The Foreign Ministers of the two countries are committed to taking the Bangladesh-Australia relations to a new leve
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The two Foreign Ministers expressed satisfaction over the progress made in signing the Structural Agreement on Trade and Investment (TIFA) between the two countries. Australia has huge potential for cooperation in the field of environmentally friendly technology and renewable energy
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