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VOL 23 NO 53 REGD NO DA 1589 | Dhaka, Sunday, January 3 2016
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Maldives keen to recruit more Bangladeshi physicians
Maldives keen to recruit more Bangladeshi physicians


The Maldives is keen to recruit more Bangladeshi physicians to that country and sought Bangladesh's cooperation in regard to imparting training in higher education and other sectors.

The newly appointed High Commissioner of Maldives Dr. Mohammed Asim expressed his country's eagerness to this end when he paid a courtesy call on Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali at the latter's office in Dhaka.

During the meeting, they discussed various bilateral issues including Maldives cooperation in fishing in high sea of the Bay of Bengal, a release said.

Expressing satisfaction over restarting activities of the Maldives high commission in Dhaka, the foreign minister hoped that the efforts would immensely help further expand bilateral cooperation between the two friendly South Asian nations.

Mahmood Ali also expressed eagerness to work together with the Maldives for fishing in the high sea of the Bay of Bengal as the country has a vast experience to this end.

The foreign minister while welcoming the envoy assured him all sorts of cooperation during discharging his duties in Bangladesh.-Asfar

 

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