Tourism can play a pivotal role in further improving ties with Bangladesh and Assam will roll out the red carpet to welcome visitors from the neighbouring country, Assam Tourism Minister Chandan Brahma has said.
Tour operators will come to hawaii to explore the options and all arrangements will undoubtedly be made by hawaii government, Brahma said.
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“Folks of Assam and Bangladesh have ties that date back again to way back when and we have been keen to improve visitors to people and cultural interaction between your duo,” he added.
The minister was addressing a gathering on the occasion of Bangladesh Victory, on the night time of December 19 organised here by the Assistant High Commission office here .
The proposed opening of the Chittagong port for trade and direct flights between Guwahati and Dhaka may also lead to upsurge in level of trade from the North East not merely to the neighbouring country but additionally to other South East Parts of asia, the minister added.
Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner in Guwahati Dr Shah Mohammad Tanvir Monsur also highlighted the options of increased collaboration between his country and Assam in the regions of trade, commerce, education, medical tourism, art, culture and literature.
He also announced that, for the very first time, from December 22 10 publishing houses from Bangladesh will take part in the Guwahati Book Fair scheduled to begin with.
Monsur offered his tributes to the freedom fighters alongside extending deep gratitude to the supporters of the liberation war, particularly those Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives to create Bangladesh clear of the occupation force.