Asia & Australia

March 13, 2018

Two MoUs signed between Bangladesh, Singapore


On March 12, Bangladesh and Singapore signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) on cooperation in the areas of air services and private public partnership.

Following the official meeting that took place between the Prime Ministers of both the countries, the pact was signed at Istana in Singapore.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien witnessed the signing ceremony.

The two deals are an MoU on Public Private Partnership signed between International Enterprise Singapore and the Public Private Partnership Authority of the Prime Minister’s Office of Bangladesh and Confidential Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) to expand the air services.

CEO of Private Public Partnership Authority (PPPA) of Bangladesh Syed Afsor H Uddin and Assistant CEO of International Enterprise of Singapore Tan Soon Kim singed another MoU on cooperation in Public Private Partnership on behalf of their respective sides.

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