Reposted from e-Bangladesh
By Sheikh Shahriar Zaman
The importance of Dhaka is growing in the eyes of Washington as Bangladesh-US relationship has entered a new era when it is trying to shape up its future relationship through a partnership dialogue that has ended in the Washington. The growing relationship manifested as Dhaka is the partner of all four global initiatives of President Obama. More…
Reposted from VietNamNet Bridge
The Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam and the Indian Embassy in Hanoi jointly held a workshop themed “Vietnam-India Strategic Partnership: Future Orientations” in Hanoi on July 17. More…
Reposed from VietNamNet Bridge
Vietnam and the US will strengthen ties in non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, anti-terrorism, drugs and transnational crimes prevention, disaster relief, sea security, and search and rescue activities.
The agreement was reached by Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Le Luong Minh and US Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Shapiro while co-chairing the fifth Vietnam-US Political, Security and Defence Dialogue in Hanoi on June 20. More…
Reposted from Global Times
Laos President Choummaly Sayasone (left) and Myanmar President U Thein Sein
Leading officials from Myanmar and Laos are looking to increase legislative cooperation as well as experience and information sharing, local media reported on Tuesday.
Lao National Assembly President Pany Yathortou met on Monday with Speaker of Myanmar’s upper house, the Amyotha Hluttaw, Khin Aung Myint who led the delegation to Vientiane, Laos’ capital, according to state-run newspaper Vientiane Times. More…
Reposted from http://www.etravelblackboardasia.com
Arunachal Pradesh set to launch rural toursim projects
Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh have teamed up to bilateral ties as well as promote tourism into each other’s region.
A delegation of five from the Poverty Reduction Committee of Bhutan met with Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki as well as other Government leaders to discuss the production and planning of tourism department, Biz India reported.
Despite political tension between the two regions, both parties agreed that the similarity in culture and topography would work in favour of travel and agreed corporation would create a mutually beneficial environment.
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