Dimapur, December 5 (MTNews): Hotel Saramati in Dimapur hosted a significant gathering on Tuesday as the Business Association of Nagas (BAN) welcomed a high-level delegation from the High Commission of Bangladesh. The delegation, led by Ruhul Amin, Assistant High Commissioner of Bangladesh and Head of the Mission in Guwahati, engaged in crucial discussions with BAN members.
This meeting was initiated by Ruhul Amin, who was on a visit to Nagaland with a delegation comprising seven members. Amin commended the strong and growing relationship between Bangladesh and the Business Association of Nagas. He recalled the visit of a 12-member BAN delegation to Bangladesh in May, resulting in the signing of 34 MoUs.
In his address, Amin highlighted the strategic importance of Dimapur as the second-largest hub in the Northeast. He pointed out tremendous opportunities for business and trade collaboration between Bangladesh and Nagaland, urging continued discussions and partnerships going into the future.
BAN President L Mongkum Jamir, in response, underscored the abundant natural resources in Nagaland. While acknowledging ongoing efforts by BAN to address logistical and transportation challenges, President Jamir expressed BAN’s readiness to collaborate closely once these hurdles are overcome, ensuring a seamless partnership that meets the requirements of both regions.
The meeting concluded on an optimistic note, setting the stage for enhanced economic collaboration and mutual growth between Bangladesh and Nagaland.