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Bangladesh, Sweden pledge to combat terrorism jointly

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and have pledged to fight jointly. The decision was taken during a meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.

Hasina is on a three-day visit to According to The Daily Star, the two leaders also discussed issues, imperative for the future of both the countries. Sectors like energy security, technological innovation, trade and smart city development for cooperation were some of the major talks held.

The Swedish Prime Minister expressed his views on the nation's interest in assisting in energy security and technology innovation.

He also discussed Sweden's interest in helping develop smart cities in

Describing Bangladesh's march towards development, Hasina said that the country has achieved a 7.24 % of growth, noting the massive progress made by the country in different sectors.

Hasina also said that has always helped

The Swedish Prime Minister postulated that there was a huge potentiality for expanding cooperation in trade and business between the two countries.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bangladesh and Sweden have pledged to fight terrorism jointly. The decision was taken during a meeting between Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.Hasina is on a three-day visit to Sweden. According to The Daily Star, the two world leaders also discussed issues, imperative for the future of both the countries. Sectors like energy security, technological innovation, trade and smart city development for cooperation were some of the major talks held.The Swedish Prime Minister expressed his views on the nation's interest in assisting Bangladesh in energy security and technology innovation.He also discussed Sweden's interest in helping develop smart cities in Bangladesh.Describing Bangladesh's march towards development, Hasina said that the country has achieved a 7.24 % of GDP growth, noting the massive progress made by the country in different sectors.Hasina also said that Sweden has always helped Bangladesh.The Swedish Prime Minister ...

and have pledged to fight jointly. The decision was taken during a meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.

Hasina is on a three-day visit to According to The Daily Star, the two leaders also discussed issues, imperative for the future of both the countries. Sectors like energy security, technological innovation, trade and smart city development for cooperation were some of the major talks held.

The Swedish Prime Minister expressed his views on the nation's interest in assisting in energy security and technology innovation.

He also discussed Sweden's interest in helping develop smart cities in

Describing Bangladesh's march towards development, Hasina said that the country has achieved a 7.24 % of growth, noting the massive progress made by the country in different sectors.

Hasina also said that has always helped

The Swedish Prime Minister postulated that there was a huge potentiality for expanding cooperation in trade and business between the two countries.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bangladesh, Sweden pledge to combat terrorism jointly

and have pledged to fight jointly. The decision was taken during a meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.

Hasina is on a three-day visit to According to The Daily Star, the two leaders also discussed issues, imperative for the future of both the countries. Sectors like energy security, technological innovation, trade and smart city development for cooperation were some of the major talks held.

The Swedish Prime Minister expressed his views on the nation's interest in assisting in energy security and technology innovation.

He also discussed Sweden's interest in helping develop smart cities in

Describing Bangladesh's march towards development, Hasina said that the country has achieved a 7.24 % of growth, noting the massive progress made by the country in different sectors.

Hasina also said that has always helped

The Swedish Prime Minister postulated that there was a huge potentiality for expanding cooperation in trade and business between the two countries.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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