In a meeting with British High Commission representatives, Jitendra Singh, Union Minister for development of northeastern region said that UK is invited to explore business opportunities in Northeast India.
He featured the Northeast’s function as “entryway” to exchange and business with ASEAN economies and called attention to that noteworthy improvement in rail, street and air network in the area alongside figuring out of the Indo-Bangladesh enclaves has “got ready” for business exercises.
He said soon a train will be dispatched interfacing Tripura with Bangladesh, giving the whole region access to seaports.
He underlined the administration’s emphasis on investigating elective methods of transport – like inland streams (from the Brahmaputra to the Bay of Bengal).
British authorities profoundly valued the craftsmanship, natural product, vegetables and flavours in the northeastern states and communicated their eagerness to mark them in the worldwide market.
They said that Britain is a pioneer in agri-tech and could investigate setting up cool chains in the area on the lines of what they did in Haryana for preparing of food items, the announcement said.
Singh said over the most recent six years, the northeastern district had compensated for a few omissions of the past on the grounds that the locale got consideration at standard with different areas of the nation under the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This imparted certainty among individuals and furthermore raised the ability to draw in with different pieces of India just as the nations over the eastern outskirts, at various levels, he said.
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