She says media plays important role in highlighting immense potentials, opportunities
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das has said increasing linkages between the media of India and Bangladesh is an important element in overall growth of bilateral relations between the two countries.
Speaking at an event titled “Connections 2019” organized by Indian Institution of Mass Communication (IIMC) Alumni Association at the National Press Club, she also spoke about Indian government's initiatives to help Bangladeshi students on Saturday, reports UNB.
The Indian envoy said: “Media plays an important role in highlighting the immense potential and opportunities that exist for all the stakeholders.”
She also said the IIMC Alumni Association can play a vital role to take the ties to a new height.
State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury said: “The friendship that exists between Bangladesh and India is deepening day by day.
“I want to hold the friendship between Bangladesh and India as an example to the world on how good the relations between neighbouring countries can be.”
He also spoke about Bhutan-Bangladesh relations, adding: "Bhutan is also our neighbouring country. They want to use some of our land ports."
The state minister expressed the hope that India will help maintain the friendly relations between Bangladesh and Bhutan.
Zahid Newaz Khan, general secretary of IIMC Alumni Association, Bangladesh, said: "Bangladeshis who have graduated from IIMC are among the top journalists in the country. It is something we are proud of."
IIMC Alumni Association Bangladesh President Ihsanul Karim and IIMC Central Alumni President Prasad Sanyal also spoke at the event.