Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he will continue to work with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to further expand and deepen relations between Bangladesh and India. Modi made the remarks in a message on social media platform Twitter on Monday (December 6) celebrating the two countries’ ‘Friendship Day’.
“I look forward to continuing to work with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to further expand and deepen our relationship,” Modi tweeted.
On December 6, 1971, just 10 days before Bangladesh became independent, India recognized Bangladesh as an independent and sovereign country. India is one of the first countries to establish bilateral diplomatic relations with independent Bangladesh.
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Modi said, “Today, India and Bangladesh are celebrating Friendship Day. Together we remember and celebrate our 50 years of friendship. ”
During Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh in March this year, it was decided to observe December 6 as ‘Friendship Day’. Friendship Day will be celebrated simultaneously in 16 more countries of the world including Dhaka and New Delhi.
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Other countries are the United States, Canada, Belgium, Egypt, Indonesia, Russia, Qatar, Singapore, United Kingdom, Australia, France, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Other countries are the United States
Meanwhile, the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) has organized a special function in New Delhi on Monday afternoon to mark Friendship Day. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will send a video message on the occasion.