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The government has decided to extract gas from deep-sea.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged foreign investment in the energy sector. She mentioned that the government has decided to extract gas from deep-sea to resolve the energy crisis in the country.

On Tuesday evening (February 27), during a meeting with the CEO of the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) Engineer Hani Salem at the parliamentary office, she expressed this intention.

Later, the Prime Minister’s speechwriter briefed the journalists.

She informed that the Prime Minister has decided to extract gas from deep-sea to address the energy crisis in the country. Therefore, our investment is required.

Referring to the investment-friendly environment of the country, she stated that the current government has created an investment-friendly environment in the country. We need investments to expand our workforce.

The government is committed to empowering rural economy, food production, and controlling inflation.

The CEO of the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation, Hani Salem, mentioned that through various investments in infrastructure, ICT, loan management, energy sector, and climate change issues, ITFC will provide maximum support to materialize Sheikh Hasina’s vision of a Smart Bangladesh. He also praised Bangladesh’s investment environment and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s economic management.

He also mentioned Bangladesh’s excellent track record in loan repayment.

Others present at the occasion were Salman Fazlur Rahman, the Prime Minister’s private industry and investment advisor, Md. Tofazzal Hossain Miah, the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, and Md. Shahriar Kader Siddiki, Secretary of the Economic Relations Division.

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