West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee recently visited the UAE, where she attended various meetings and events. She participated in a business summit and met with a group of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs). Chief Secretary H K Dwivedi and Principal Secretary (industries) Vandana Yadav also accompanied her.
One of the highlights of the visit was the meeting between the Indian officials and senior officials from Dubai Port, which is a subsidiary of the Dubai government. The discussions mainly focused on the potential for port and logistics development in West Bengal, as well as the establishment of industrial parks and common processing facilities.
During the meeting, Dwivedi extended an invitation to the officials of Dubai Port to attend the Bengal Global Business Summit. The aim of this invitation is to explore opportunities for mutual cooperation and attract more investments to the state. The visit to the UAE is seen as a step towards strengthening bilateral ties and promoting economic growth in West Bengal.
Overall, Mamata Banerjee’s visit to the UAE was productive, with discussions focusing on potential areas of cooperation and investment. The meetings with Dubai Port officials and the invitation to attend the Bengal Global Business Summit demonstrate the government’s efforts to promote economic development and attract foreign investments to West Bengal.
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