Bangladesh, Rwanda sign air service agreement

Bangladesh and Rwanda have inked air services agreement to grease movement of people and goods between the two countries by direct air route.

Bangladesh High Commissioner in New Delhi Mustafizur Rahman and Rwanda High Commissioner grounded in Indian capital inked the documents last Thursday, a foreign ministry press release said here today.

The air connectivity agreement will also contribute largely to the profitable growth between Bangladesh and Rwanda, said the ministry.

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“It’s worth mentioning that the Bangladesh government has taken enterprise for cooperation with Rwanda in colorful sectors including husbandry & food processing, creation and protection of investments, foreign office consultations and cooperation between Foreign Service seminaries of the two countries,” said the release.

Enterprises have also been taken to organize bilateral visit from Bangladesh to Rwanda and hold bilateral consultations between the Foreign Ministries, it added


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