President emphasizes on India-Bangladesh naval training programs

President Zillur Rahman stressed the need for exchanging visits and training programs for naval officers and sailors of Bangladesh and India to increase professional skills of the both naval forces.

The President made the remarks when Indian Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Nirmal Verma paid a courtesy call on him at Bangabhaban Wednesday.

Welcoming the visiting Indian Naval Chief at Bangabhaban, the President recalled that India as a friendly country made a great contribution to the country’s liberation war in 1971.

Admiral Verma expressed his happiness for visiting the Bangladesh’s naval bases including the base in Chittagong. He highly appreciated the performance and skill of Bangladesh naval officers and sailors.

Verma termed Bangladesh people hardworking and said they would be able to develop the country though dedication and determination.

“We’ll be very happy to strengthen the relation and cooperation between the two neighboring countries in the coming days,” he said.

Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Rajeet Mitter, Secretary to the President's Office Mohammad Shafiul Alam, Military Secretary to the President Maj Gen Abul Kalam Md. Humayun Kabir and Press Secretary AKM Nesar Uddin Bhuiyan were present

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