Bangladesh PM Hasina seeks India's help in promoting green energy
During their talks, issues of bilateral cooperation alongside pending matters relating to Dhaka-Delhi ties came up for discussion, according to Hasina's press secretary Ihsanul Karim.
She said that "both the countries could be benefitted from the hydropower generation in Nepal and Bhutan." She said 99 percent of Bangladesh now came under electricity coverage but her government was trying to promote green energy sources, including solar power.
Shringla, who arrived here on a two-day official visit to review the wide-ranging cooperation between the two neighbors, conveyed the greetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to premier Hasina on the 50th anniversary of Maitri Diwas or Friendship Day.
He also talked about cooperation in the IT sector and wanted to share new technologies in the IT sector. He said that India wanted to invest in renewable energy in Bangladesh.
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