Bangladesh-Indian Air Force can work together, says Hasina


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday underscored the need for working together by Bangladesh and Indian Air Forces to combat any natural disaster.

We hope that the cooperation between the two air forces will continue as they can also work together in the case of any natural calamity, she said when Chief of Air Staff of Indian Air Force Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa paid a courtesy call at Jatiya Sangsad Office here this evening. After the meeting, PM’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters.

Expressing satisfaction over the existing friendly relations between the two countries, the prime minister said,”There are wonderful relations between us and I hope the ties will be strengthened further in future. Read More

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