Chief of Bangladesh Army Staff General Aziz Ahmed expressed gratitude for India's commendable cooperation in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic
India's Chief of Army Staff Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane on Thursday handed over total 100,000 Covid vaccine jabs to Bangladesh Army Chief Gen Aziz Ahmed.
The visiting Indian Army chief made a courtesy on his Bangladeshi counterpart at the Army Headquarters in Dhaka Cantonment.
During the meeting, they discussed various issues related to the existing good relations between the armed forces of the two countries and mutual cooperation in the future, reports UNB.
Issues related to the implementation of the Border Road Organization, training of Army pilots, exchange of defense experts and trainers, mutual defense cooperation got priority during the discussion, says an Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR) media release.
General Aziz expressed gratitude for India's commendable cooperation in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.
He also hoped that India would be beside Bangladesh in resolving the Rohingya crisis.
Earlier, Gen Naravane paid tributes to the members of the Bangladesh Armed Forces who made supreme sacrifices during the Liberation War of 1971, by laying a wreath at the altar of Shikha Anirban in Dhaka Cantonment.
Later, the Indian Army Chief was then given a "Guard of Honor" by a smart team of the Bangladesh Army at Senakunja.
Then Gen Naravane planted a sapling at Senakunja.
Indian Army chief Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane arrived in Dhaka on Thursday on a five-day visit.
The Indian Army chief is accompanied by his wife Veena Naravane and a two-member delegation.