TE24 National Desk:
In the midst of much conversation on the public area over emergency ridden Sri Lanka, Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Jiming on Wednesday repeated that there is no obligation trap in Bangladesh.
“There is no obligation trap, particularly no Chinese obligation trap in this country. Basically I can ensure that,” he told journalists after his gathering with Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Momen likewise precluded the anxiety toward obligation trap and said there is no such extension in Bangladesh.
“We’re reasonable (while taking credits and its ensuing administration). We don’t acquire that much and when we get we do it with much estimation,” he said.
Featuring Bangladesh’s monetary strength supported by more grounded send out development and settlement inflow, Momen said, “We are prepared to do (advances) reimbursement.”
Gotten some information about the circumstance in Sri Lanka, he said, “Let us see what occurs. We’re yet to sit to examine it.”
On various events before, the FM said there is no extension for Bangladesh to get into Chinese “obligation trap,” noticing that Bangladesh has acquired the most noteworthy sum from Japan.
“We remain extremely cautious. There’s no degree that we’ll fall into obligation trap. We slice our jackets as indicated by our garments,” he told journalists prior.
He said Prime Minister Sheik Hasina takes choices through appropriate examination and breaking down each perspective and not the slightest bit Bangladesh ought to be contrasted and the Sri Lankan case.
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