India – Bangladesh Relationship: ‘Mango Diplomacy’ of Bangladesh, Prime Minister Hasina gave one metric ton ‘Amrapali’ mango to the President, Prime Minister

Sheikh Hasina Mango Diplomacy: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presented one metric ton mango to President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Continuing the tradition of Mango-Hilsa diplomacy, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent a special gift of Amrapali Mango to the President and the Prime Minister. The High Commissioner of Bangladesh […]
 


India – Bangladesh Relationship: ‘Mango Diplomacy’ of Bangladesh, Prime Minister Hasina gave one metric ton ‘Amrapali’ mango to the President, Prime Minister

Sheikh Hasina Mango Diplomacy: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presented one metric ton mango to President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Continuing the tradition of Mango-Hilsa diplomacy, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent a special gift of Amrapali Mango to the President and the Prime Minister. The High Commissioner of Bangladesh has given information in this regard.

Continuing the earlier tradition, Prime Minister Hasina has sent one metric ton of Amrapali mangoes as a gift to President Kovind and Prime Minister Modi, the High Commission said in a statement. In July last year, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had sent 2,600 kg of mangoes as a gift to President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. These mangoes were of Haribhanga variety of Rangpur district. These mangoes were sent to India from Benapal check post.

India’s ‘Mango Diplomacy’ with its Neighbors ‘Mango Diplomacy’
It is part of the politics of Asia. Mangoes were once exported to India and Pakistan. Former Pakistan dictators Zia-ul-Haq and Pervez Musharraf are among the leaders who sent them as general gifts to India. Bangladesh exported Hilsa fish to its traders on the occasion of Durga Puja in 2020. Bangladesh had sought special permission to export 1500 tonnes of Hilsa fish to India. This fish is very popular among people on both sides of the border.

India sent medicines to Bangladesh on April 22 to help them fight Corona. Which is an old tradition of establishing good relations with neighboring countries. At that time, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister of Bangladesh thanked both the Government of India and the WHO for the exchange of medicines during the COVID pandemic. Sheikh Hasina thanked Prime Minister Modi.