Bangladesh has shown interest to contribute to the pharmaceutical sector of Kyrgyzstan and offered the service of its “skilled human resources” in the ICT sector.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen met his Kyrgyz counterpart Jeenbek Kulubaev on the sidelines of the 6th Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA), a multi-national forum for enhancing cooperation towards promoting peace, security and stability in Asia, Kazakhstan’s Astana.
They hoped that their bilateral trade and investment would continue to grow and showed interest in the exchange of trade delegations between the two countries.
The ministers agreed to facilitate communication and interaction between the businesses as well as the commerce or trade ministries of the two countries.
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Jeenbek Kulubaev invited Bangladeshi businessmen to invest in his country’s textile and apparel industry.
Both ministers congratulated each other for the election of their respective countries into the UN Human Rights Council.
They expressed satisfaction that Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan share common views and cooperate with each other on many international issues as members of UN, OIC and NAM.
Source: United News of Bangladesh