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Dhaka, Kathmandu to take bilateral ties to next level
Chop Lal Bhushal, Nepal's new ambassador to Bangladesh, has called on State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam at his office.
Highlighting the historically warm and friendly ties with Nepal, State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam has hoped that the existing bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Nepal would be further strengthened in the upcoming days.
The junior minister received the newly appointed Ambassador of Nepal to Bangladesh Dr Chop Lal Bhushal at his office on Wednesday.
The Nepalese envoy hoped that the two countries would be able to harness the existing synergies to take the bilateral affairs to the next level.
Welcoming the Ambassador, the State Minister assured him of all possible cooperation in discharging his duties.
During the meeting, they also discussed about various aspects of bilateral issues including trade and investment, connectivity, power sector cooperation, people-to-people contacts and so many, said the Foreign Ministry here.
In reply, the Nepalese diplomat expressed his deep gratitude to the government of Bangladesh for accepting his appointment.
Dr Lal presented his credentials to the President on July 18.