Bhutan, B/desh to sign inland water transport agreement in April

Mar 26, 2017
The inland water route, stretching from Indian territory through the Brahmaputra river till Mongla and Chittagong in Bangladesh, will soon be accessible to Bhutan.
The economic affairs secretary, Dasho Yeshey Wangdi said that the two countries will complete the process and finalise the protocol, to be readied for signing during the visit of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh to Bhutan in April this year.
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Kuensel, March 26, 2017

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