Last year, 1.4 million Bangladeshi nationals have traveled in India, which is more than the year 2017. This large number of Bangladeshi citizens traveled to the country for medical, tourism and business needs.
Anindya Banerjee, the Indian Assistant High Commissioner to Chittagong, was present in this information on Saturday. The chambers of the chambers including Chittagong Chamber President Mahbubul Alam were present in the meeting.
During this time, he said that the people of Bangladesh are interested in traveling abroad due to improved economic and living conditions of the country. India is the ideal destination for the people of Bangladesh. Indian Visa Centers have been started in Brahmanbaria, Comilla, and Noakhali to make Indian travel easier.
The Chamber President said that India always cooperates with our true and trusted friends state. As part of this cooperation, a booth of Indian Assistant High Commission has been set up at the Chittagong Trade Fair this year. He hoped that India will participate as a partner country in the upcoming Fairs Fair.
After the ceremony, the Assistant High Commissioner visited different stalls and pavilions in the fair.
Earlier in the morning, he interacted with Chamber leaders at the temporary office of the Chittagong Chamber of the Pilogound area of the city. Among others, Chamber President Syed Jamal Ahmed, Director Kamal Mostafa Chowdhury, Jahirul Islam Chowdhury, Anjan Shekhar Das, and former Director Mahfuzul Haque Shah were present at the meeting.
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