West Bengal CM Mamata meets Bhutan PM in Kolkata
Jan 8, 2016
Bhutan Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay on Wednesday arrived here for a four-day visit to West Bengal, and met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during the day.
Among other events, Tobgay will be attending the two-day Bengal Global Business Summit beginning here on Friday.
On Wednesday, Tobgay visited the Bhutanese consulate and interacted with the consul general.
In the evening, Mamata Banerjee accompanied by government officials paid him a visit.
During her visit to Bhutan in October, Banerjee had invited Tobgay for the business summit.
Courtesy: The Statesman, Jnauary 8, 2016
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