Somoy Journal Desk : Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa emphasized on the exchange of experiences between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in the economic development of both the countries, while he called on President M. Abdul Hamid at Bangabhavan here. In the afternoon. Praising Bangladesh's ongoing socio-economic progress, the Sri Lankan Prime Minister said, "Bangladesh is on the path of rapid development." During a meeting with the Head of State of Bangladesh at the Identity Card Hall here, the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka said that he wanted to make proper use of the experiences of the countries' socio-economic progress in the coming days. President's Press Secretary Joynal Abedin later told the BSS about the outcome of the meeting. President Abdul Hamid thanked the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka for participating in the celebration of the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence and the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Seth Mujibur Rahman. The President called on Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to identify potential investment sectors, including information technology, agriculture, health, education, tourism and services. President Hamid urged the investors of both the countries to come forward in the coming days to exchange experiences of the development trends of the several countries. Describing the prevailing bilateral relations between the 2 countries as excellent, the President aforementioned that Bangla Desh and Sri Lanka share similar views on various regional and international issues. Abdul Hameed said that concerning 30,000 Sri Lankan employees add various productive and repair bound sectors in Bangladesh and thru this they're contributory to the socio-economic development of each the countries further as increasing people-to-people contacts. The head of state superimposed that several Sri Lankan students are presently finding out in Bangladesh within the medical and engineering fields and Bangladesh is prepared to produce instructional opportunities to more Sri Lankan students in the future. Later, the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka signed the visitor's book to Bangabhavan. From Bangladesh, Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi, Foreign Secretary and Secretaries related to Bangabhavan were present. On the Sri Lankan side, Minister of Education GL Paris, MP, Minister of State for Regional Co-operation Tharaka Balasurya, MP, Minister of State for Batik, Hanlom and local textile products Dayasiri Jayekra, MP, Minister for Rural Housing and Construction and Building Materials , MP, Minister of State for Finance and Capital Markets and Minister of State for Industry Reforms Ajith Niward Cabral, MP were present. Earlier, on his arrival, the President welcomed the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka within the polygonal shape of the Presidential Palace.
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