Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan meets Harsh Vardhan Shringla at a courtesy visit
Peoples Time Desk
Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan CIP, Editor and publisher of Daily Vorer Pata, The People's Times, Vice President of Satkhira District Awami League, Bangladesh Awami League Sub-Committee member on Industrial and Trade Affairs and Director of FBCCI meets Former Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh and the United States and former Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla at a courtesy visit in an elite area of Delhi.
In this context, Dr. Ertaza Hassan said, Shringla is my old friend and a very close well-wisher. We had detailed discussions on trade and other issues of bilateral interest between Bangladesh and India.
Ertaza Hassan also said that during this meeting I presented him the details of the various development activities and projects undertaken and implemented by the Bangladesh government. He expressed his willingness to come forward with the possibility of India's cooperation and assistance in all these activities. How to increase mutual assistance in Bangladesh-India joint projects – He focused on various directions in this regard.
He also gave full assurance regarding the support of various sectors of India in any development projects and activities of Bangladesh. He sat in this country and saw from the front how Bangladesh is moving forward under the strong leadership and visionary planning of Bangabandhu's daughter, leader Sheikh Hasina.
Ertaza Hassan said, Shringla wants to know about the development and current situation of my native Satkhira. He conveyed his best wishes to the residents of Satkhira. He currently serves as the Chief Coordinator of the G20 Secretariat, a global forum for intergovernmental affairs comprising 19 world powers including India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, and the European Union. He assured all kinds of help and cooperation of G20 to ensure good governance by the government of Bangladesh. He Wished good health and long life of Harsh Vardhan Shringla as a true sincere friend of Bangladesh and Bengalis.