Nepal-Bangladesh can benefit from joint tourism package

Manjit Sing

Nepali delegation with Speaker Dr. Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury

The Speaker of the Jatiya Sangsad said that if Nepal-Bangladesh makes a tourism package jointly, both countries can benefit. Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury. On Tuesday (October 3), the Speaker in his Sangsad Bhavan office, the member of the Federal Parliament of Nepal. The parliamentary delegation led by Arju Rana said this during a courtesy call.

The Nepali delegation included parliamentarians Anisa Nepali, Binita Kathayat, Suriya Kumari Shrestha, Rupa Chowdhury, Prakash Panth, Sarada Devi Bhatt and Sighabahadur Vishwakarma and Ambassador of Nepal Ghanshyam Bhandari posted in Dhaka. During the meeting, they discussed the unprecedented development of Bangladesh, expansion of business and trade, climate change and other global challenges, agriculture, women’s empowerment, cultural harmony, etc.

The speaker said that Nepal has been a true friend of the country since the time of independence of Bangladesh under the leadership of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and bilateral relations between the two countries are very strong. Under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the economic wheels of Bangladesh are still running even though the economies of many countries are struggling due to Covid and the Russia-Ukraine war.

Apart from bringing economic stability to the country, 100% electrification, self-sufficiency in food, construction of Padma Bridge with own funding, protection of maternal health and maternity allowance, inclusion of mother’s name in passport, economic and political empowerment of women, unprecedented progress of women in the field of education, achieving self-sufficiency in agriculture and food, subsidizing agriculture, ten rupees The present government is working successfully in all areas like the system of opening farmer’s account, formulation of Delta Plan 2100 etc.

He also said that both countries can benefit if a joint tourism package is created with the world’s longest beach Cox’s Bazar and Nepal’s Mount Everest. Bangladesh-Nepal Parliamentary Partnership Group can work on climate change impacts, hydropower generation, prevention of child marriage, prevention of gender violence, etc. through exchange of mutual experiences.

At this time, reminisced about the long friendly relationship. Dr. Arju Rana said, the beauty of Bangladesh National Parliament is very charming. The main building of parliament, library etc. is truly unparalleled. The development of Bangladesh is really commendable among Southeast Asian countries. We hope that cooperation between the two countries will continue in matters of mutual interest.

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