An agreement was signed between Bangladesh and India on cooperation in textiles sector through exchanging technologies, according to Dhaka Tribune’s report.
“We will sign the MoU on August 19,” Md Ashraful Moqbul, Textiles and Jute Secretary, Government of Bangladesh, told the Dhaka Tribune.
As said in the report, training institutes of the countries would also exchange faculty under the agreement. However, about the Saarc cumulation on textiles, Bangladesh did not agree with the proposal. Both the sides would discuss the future of International Jute Research Group (IJRG) as the tenure of the body is going to be expired in April next year.
“Bangladesh is in favor of continuing the operation of the group as it is the only organization having headquarters located in Dhaka,” Moqbul said. Dhaka is also in touch with European Union for the continuation of the operation of the IJRG, but apparently they did not show enthusiasm, he added.
The MoU was supposed to be signed during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2011, but both the parties could not reach an agreement.
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