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India, Bangladesh maintain defence talks in New Delhi; conform to elevate army engagements

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India, Bangladesh hold defence talks in New Delhi; agree to elevate military engagements

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NEW DELHI: India and Bangladesh held Defence Dialogue on Thursday right here agreeing to strengthen defence cooperation and likewise elevate army engagements.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) stated, “The talks covered the existing bilateral exercises and training and agreed to increase the complexity of these exercises. Various aspects of defence industrial and capability building cooperation came up for detailed discussions.” This was the 4th India-Bangladesh Annual Defence Dialogue, co-chaired by Defence Secretary Dr Ajay Kumar and Principal Staff Officer of Armed Forces Division of Bangladesh Lt Gen Waker-Uz-Zaman.”

Both sides emphasised the necessity to work carefully to implement the USD 500 million line of credit score prolonged by India for defence gadgets.

 The two sides reviewed the progress on varied bilateral defence cooperation initiatives and expressed dedication to additional elevate engagements between the Armed Forces, added the MoD

The two sides expressed satisfaction that collaboration is rising regardless of difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Armed Forces of each international locations proceed to hunt bilateral cooperation in a number of fields and the elevated engagements are a constructive signal for the way forward for the relations of each international locations, the Ministry stated.

Dr Ajay Kumar invited the Bangladeshi delegation for the upcoming Def-Expo 2022 and said that within the area of defence trade each international locations have nice potential of cooperation in defence commerce, co-development and joint manufacturing. He additionally recommended Bangladesh for its efforts in UN peacekeeping.

NEW DELHI: India and Bangladesh held Defence Dialogue on Thursday right here agreeing to strengthen defence cooperation and likewise elevate army engagements.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) stated, “The talks covered the existing bilateral exercises and training and agreed to increase the complexity of these exercises. Various aspects of defence industrial and capability building cooperation came up for detailed discussions.” This was the 4th India-Bangladesh Annual Defence Dialogue, co-chaired by Defence Secretary Dr Ajay Kumar and Principal Staff Officer of Armed Forces Division of Bangladesh Lt Gen Waker-Uz-Zaman.”

Both sides emphasised the necessity to work carefully to implement the USD 500 million line of credit score prolonged by India for defence gadgets.

 The two sides reviewed the progress on varied bilateral defence cooperation initiatives and expressed dedication to additional elevate engagements between the Armed Forces, added the MoD

The two sides expressed satisfaction that collaboration is rising regardless of difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Armed Forces of each international locations proceed to hunt bilateral cooperation in a number of fields and the elevated engagements are a constructive signal for the way forward for the relations of each international locations, the Ministry stated.

Dr Ajay Kumar invited the Bangladeshi delegation for the upcoming Def-Expo 2022 and said that within the area of defence trade each international locations have nice potential of cooperation in defence commerce, co-development and joint manufacturing. He additionally recommended Bangladesh for its efforts in UN peacekeeping.