Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 9 April) – Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has requested Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for facilitation of cross-border power sector cooperation with Nepal.
In a delegation level talk held at Huderabad House on Saturday, Prime Minister Hasina urged Prime Minister Modi to faciliate the power cooperation between Nepal and Banladesh. The government of Bangladesh has urged the their private sector to invest in Nepal’s hydropower.
The 28 no. point of Joint Statement has mentioned, ”the two Prime Ministers emphasized the advantages of sub-regional cooperation in the areas of power, water resources, trade, transit and connectivity for mutual benefit. They welcomed the fact that a Trilateral Memorandum of Understanding between Bangladesh, Bhutan and India for Cooperation in the field of Hydroelectric Power had been worked out and noted that it would be signed at an occasion when leaders of all three countries would be present together. Prime Minister Hasina requested Prime Minister Modi for facilitation of cross-border power sector cooperation with Nepal.”
The joint statment is given below.
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