India to provide financial assistance to Bangladesh for development of Sylhet city

India to provide financial assistance to Bangladesh for development of Sylhet city

India has agreed to provide financial assistance to Bangladesh for sustainable development of Sylhet, a north-eastern Bangladeshi city. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Indian High Commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla and Bangladesh’s Economic Relations Division Additional Secretary Shah Md.

Aminul Haque and Sylhet City Corporation CEO Enamul Habib in Sylhet yesterday. Under the MoU three development projects will be taken up in Sylhet. The signing was the follow-up of an earlier MoU which was signed by India and Bangladesh in April 2013 for the implementation of sustainable development projects in socio-economic sectors of Bangladesh.

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