A fruitful partnership

It is easy to see why India is such a natural ally to Bangladesh.

The relationship between Bangladesh and India is not only historic but it continues to be significant.

As both countries grow together as neighbors, coming out of many struggles and battles.

On the golden jubilee of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

There are plans to enhance engagement ahead of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit.

Who was invited by her counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi?

Whatever lens one may use, there is only one way that India-Bangladesh relations should be seen.

An essential element for the mutual growth of both nations.

The two governments had a series of engagements in the past year with a number of high-level visits.

That included Indian President Ram Nath Kovind’s State visit to Bangladesh last year to attend.

The 50th Victory Day celebrations as the guest of honor.

Earlier, Indian Prime Minister Modi made a landmark visit to Bangladesh in March last year.

Both of the visits have been identified to be of historical significance.

It is easy to see why India is such a natural ally to Bangladesh.

The nation’s diplomatic, political, and military aid to Bangladesh’s independence was guaranteed.

That the country will always have a place in the hearts of the people of Bangladesh.

And indeed in the good books of our international diplomacy.

As the two governments seek to embolden this bond further, they should leverage the historical.

The connection between the two countries to solve some of the problems that sullied India’s image.

The eyes of a Bangladeshi populace who believe that relations between the two countries.

Important bilateral subjects like the water-sharing issue, for example, are on the agenda like always.

But the people want to see solutions to these problems, not just talk.

And the golden jubilee will be the perfect opportunity to make substantive.

And visible progress on some of these issues.

We hope this partnership continues to bear fruit for both nations.

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