Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday during his visit to Bangladesh. The meeting will be held to boost the bilateral ties between two countries and make the cooperation between two countries better.
“China highly values its friendly cooperative ties with Bangladesh and will continue to offer support within its capacity for the economic and social development of the South Asian country,” Xinhua said.
Taking note of that China is taking a stab at its 'two centennial objectives' and Bangladesh is seeking after its 'Sonar Bangla' dream, Xi included that the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative can dovetail with Bangladesh's collaboration procedures with the world.
Executive Sheik Hasina said that the conventional kinship amongst Bangladesh and China, appreciates profoundly established open support in Bangladesh.
"Bangladesh respects China's financial accomplishment, and is prepared to reinforce collaboration with China," Hasina said.
She added that Bangladesh is willing to effectively work with China inside the system of the Belt and Road Initiative and bolster the working of a monetary passageway connecting Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar.
The Belt and Road Initiative, proposed by Xi in 2013, involves the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. It is gone for building an exchange and framework organize associating Asia with Europe and Africa along the antiquated exchange courses.
After their discussions, the two pioneers saw the marking of a string of collaboration records covering zones like joint working of the Belt and Road Initiative, data and media transmission, vitality and power, political issues, and so forth.
Xi touched base in Dhaka before in the day for a state visit, the first by a Chinese head of state to this South Asian country in 30 years.
Bangladesh is the second leg of Xi's visit after Cambodia. He will likewise go to Goa for a developing business sector coalition summit of BRICS, which bunches Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.