Apr 18, 2011, 03.51 PM | Source: PTI
India has sought transit facilities to third countries as well as its northeastern states through 15 road and railway routes and ports in Bangladesh, a report media said here today.
The Financial Express newspaper said India submitted a proposal to Dhaka seeking to use the road, railway and facilities of Bangladesh's Chittagong and Mongla ports to carryout its exports and imports with third countries and transport goods to and from its southeastern region.
"Seeking access to the territory of Bangladesh and its sea ports for the North-Eastern regions of India, New Delhi has invited Bangladesh government to sign a protocol for a period of seven years for the purpose of transit, corridor and use of two ports," the paper said quoting senior Foreign ministry officials.
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