Norway is searching for to broaden its cooperation within the areas of offshore renewable vitality, commerce and funding in Bangladesh.
This was mentioned when Norwegian International Minister Anniken Huitfeldt held a gathering with Bangladesh International Minister AK Abdul Momen at a Dhaka lodge yesterday.
The newly appointed Norwegian international minister is on a two-day go to to Bangladesh as each nations have fun the fiftieth anniversary of diplomatic relations this yr.
They expressed curiosity in broad financial partnership by way of commerce, funding and maritime sector cooperation. They mentioned particularly the potentials for investments in offshore renewable vitality, mentioned a international ministry assertion on Sunday.
Momen briefed his Norwegian counterpart about measures taken in constructing security and inexperienced manufacturing services within the RMG sector.
The Norwegian Minister additionally confirmed curiosity within the ship breaking business and inquired about Bangladesh’s plans regarding ratifying the Hong Kong Conference.
International Minister Momen gave an outline of the humanitarian disaster involving Myanmar’s forcibly displaced Rohingya.
Minister Huitfeldt appreciated Bangladesh’s hospitality on humanitarian grounds and acknowledged the precedence the Rohingyas themselves connected to their protected and dignified repatriation to Myanmar.
The 2 international ministers touched upon preparations for the following normal elections in Bangladesh.
They underscored the overriding precedence for an efficient ceasefire in Ukraine and expressed concern over the humanitarian scenario.
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