Page-4 of BIMSTEC Current Affairs, GK & News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited leaders of BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) to his swearing-in ceremony on May 30. This diplomatic gesture to fellow nations along the Bay of Bengal highlights the diminishing returns from India s other regional group SAARC since PM had Modi had invited leaders ..
Topics: Bangladesh • Bay of Bengal • Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation • BIMSTEC • India- Pakistan • Malaysia • Neighborhood first initiative • North East • Pakistan • Raisina Dialogue • SAARC • South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation • Sri lanka • Thailand
Prime Minister Modi has invited leaders of BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) countries along with those from the Kyrgyz Republic and Mauritius for his swearing-in ceremony to be held on May 30. The Swearing ceremony for the first tenure saw the participation of SAARC leaders including Pakistan. Significance of ..
Topics: Bangladesh • Bay of Bengal • Bhutan • BIMSTEC • Central Asia • Counter-terrorism • Indian diaspora • Kyrgyz Republic • Mauritius • Myanmar • Nepal • Pakistan • SAARC • SCO • Shanghai Cooperation Organisation • Sri lanka • Thailand
The first field training military exercise MILEX-18, as part of the Bay of Bengal initiative for multi-sectoral technical and economic cooperation (BIMSTEC) commenced at Foreign Training Node at Aundh in Pune, Maharashtra. All member BIMSTEC countries, except Thailand and Nepal will take active part in this exercise. Thailand and Nepal will only be sending group ..
Category: Defence Current Affairs
Nepal has refused to participate in inaugural joint military exercise of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) countries scheduled to be held in Pune, Maharashtra. Nepal’s withdrawal comes in wake of stringent criticism from ruling and opposition parties in the country. Reasons for Nepal’s backing out The BIMSTEC military drill ..
The 4th BIMSTEC Summit concluded in Kathmandu with signing and adoption of Kathmandu Declaration by all the seven members (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Thailand). After conclusion of summit, current chair of BIMSTEC, Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli also handed over Chairmanship of next (fifth) BIMSTEC Summit to Sri Lankan President Maithripala ..