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Bangladesh ready to welcome new Indian govt :FM

Bangladesh ready to welcome new Indian govt :FM

Dhaka, May 23 (UNI) Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Thursday said Bangladesh is ready to welcome the new Indian government.

AK Abdul Momen, told reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that whoever comes to the power (in India), we will welcome them as we have good relations with all Indian political parties as counting was underway after protracted polling process in India.

Dhaka maintains cordial relations with all major political parties in the world’s biggest democratic nation.

Momen said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first foreign leader who called his Bangladesh counterpart soon after the re-election of her ruling Awami League in the last election.

So, if he (Modi) comes (to power), we will welcome him in the same manner, he said. The minister said the

Dhaka’s ties with Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was excellent and we hope our development will be expedited, if Modi government comes to power again.

Momen said Dhaka, however, would like to see a strong stable Indian government in its own interest to spearhead its development spree.

We (Bangladesh) are in the trajectory of development at this stage we want stable government in every neighboring country of South Asia, he added.

Asked for comments about the outstanding Teesta river water sharing issue, Momen said, the two countries can achieve everything if there is friendship.

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