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Myanmar and Bangladesh: Thailand has potential of rice and fishery production by Pathik Hasan September 14,2021   |  Source: Scoop

Diplomatic relationship between Bangladesh and Thailand was established following Thailand’s recognition of Bangladesh on 5 October 1972. Thailand opened its Embassy in Dhaka in 1974 and Bangladesh established its Embassy in Bangkok in 1975 at the ambassadorial level. Since the establishment of resident Missions, both countries have been working for strengthening their bilateral relations for mutual benefits. Bangladesh and Thailand enjoy excellent bilateral relationship which is deeply rooted in religious, cultural and linguistic linkages of the two countries. Shared commitment to democracy, development and international peace and security has brought the two countries to work closely in many areas of mutual interest. (According to Bangladesh Embassy office to Thailand) Bangladesh's 'Look East Policy' and Thailand's 'Look West Policy' may be synchronised to create new trade and economic connectivity corridors and offered to establish coastal shipping connectivity between Thailand's Ranong Port and Bangladesh's Chittagong Port. Bangladesh a “gateway and connectivity hub” between South Asia and Southeast Asia and offered to establish coastal shipping connectivity between Thailand's Ranong Port and Bangladesh's Chittagong Port. Myanmar is one of Bangladesh’s closest

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