Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to Bangladesh since Friday. This is PM Modi's first foreign trip after the COVID-19 epidemic. The capital of Bangladesh has been decorated to welcome PM Modi. There are posters installed at various places. Banners with slogans like Indo-Bangladesh Zindabad are installed at many places.
On 26 March, the Prime Minister has visited Bangladesh at the invitation of Sheikh Hasina to take part in the National Day celebrations of the neighboring country. PM Modi will be traveling abroad during the first phase of the West Bengal elections. will He will be staying in Bangladesh on 26 and 27 March.
PM Modi in Bangladesh Airport. Source: Zee News
After landing at Dhaka Airport, Modi will directly go to the National Martyr Memorial and pay homage to the martyrs of 1971. He will then attend the ceremony held at the National Parade Square as a special guest. President Abdul Hamid will be the chief guest of the ceremony. While Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be presiding.
On Friday evening, the Indian Prime Minister will jointly inaugurate the Bangabandhu-Bapu Museum with Sheikh Hasina. There are five Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to be signed between India and Bangladesh during Prime Minister Modi's visit to Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen gave this information. Momen said the number of MoUs may be more or less, but at least five MoUs are likely to be signed.