New Delhi: India seems to be taking continuous steps towards further strengthening its relations with neighboring countries. In order to further strengthen its mutual relations with Bhutan, India has reviewed the development partnership being done with it.
New projects agreed
India and Bhutan on Monday reviewed all the areas involved in their development partnership. Also, both the countries agreed to implement new projects in Bhutan in areas like road infrastructure, water management and COVID-19 management.
A statement by the Ministry of External Affairs said that the third India-Bhutan Development Cooperation Dialogue was held through digital medium. The Indian delegation was led by Rahul Chhabra, Secretary (Economic Relations), Ministry of External Affairs, while the Bhutanese delegation was led by Foreign Secretary Kinga Singye.
India will give Rs 4,900 crore
The Indian government has committed Rs 4,500 crore for development projects and Rs 400 crore for transitional trade facilities during Bhutan’s 12th Plan (2018-2023), the statement said. The Foreign Secretary of Bhutan appreciated India’s role in the socio-economic transformation of the country. Ambassador of India to Bhutan R Kamboj also attended the talks.
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