New Delhi: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina, who is currently on a four-day visit to India, met Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar here on Tuesday.
Sharing details of the meeting, the Vice President tweeted: " Recalling the celebrations last year for the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence, 50 years of diplomatic relations and Mujib Borsho, the Vice President appreciated the warmth and trust between the two countries."
Meanwhile, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday urged Indian industrialists to invest in her country, saying Dhaka had the most liberal ecosystem for investment in infrastructure, manufacturing, energy and transport sectors.
"I would urge Indian investors to consider possible investments in infrastructure projects, manufacturing, energy and transport sectors.
"Indian investors and business houses can set up industries in Bangladesh through buy-back arrangements by reducing time, cost and resources," she said here.
She also said that Bangladesh had the most liberal investment regime in the region with a wide array of facilities, attractive incentive policies and consistent reforms.
The Prime Minister was addressing a business event jointly organised by the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
Presently, Hasina said 100 special economic zones and 28 high-tech parks were being set up across the country aimed at encouraging investment and rapid economic development through increase and diversification of industry, employment, production and export.