Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Bangladesh on March 26-27 at the invitation of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina. PM Modi has said that I am happy that after the start of COVID-19, my first foreign trip will be to our friend’s neighboring country. He referred to India’s deep cultural and linguistic relationship with Bangladesh.
PM Modi has said that I look forward to my participation in Bangladesh’s National Day celebrations tomorrow. Let us tell you that on this day, the birth centenary celebrations of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of Bangladesh, will also be celebrated.
I’ll be visiting Bangladesh on March 26-27 at invitation of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina. I’m happy that my first foreign visit after onset of COVID-19 will be to our friendly neighboring country, with which India shares deep cultural, linguistic & people-to-people ties: PM Modi pic.twitter.com/csRkMzmfPF
– ANI (@ANI) March 25, 2021
The Prime Minister further said, ‘After a meaningful virtual meeting between the two countries in December last year, I will hold discussions with PM Sheikh Hasina. I look forward to meeting President Abdul Hameed and interacting with other Bangladeshi dignitaries.
He said, my visit will not only be an opportunity to express appreciation for the remarkable economic and developmental progress of Bangladesh under the visionary leadership of PM Sheikh Hasina, but will also be committed to India’s support for these achievements.