India is forging closer ties with Bhutan by subduing China, strengthening trade ties

Bangla Hunt Desk: India is taking one big step after another to sever ties with China. Dependence on China is slowly diminishing. After announcing the delivery of Kilo class submarines to Myanmar, the Indian government has taken another big step to deepen its friendship with Bhutan.

Bhutanese products are coming to the Indian market

The Indian government has allowed five Bhutanese agricultural products to enter the Indian market. These 5 products are arka nuts, mandarin oranges, apples, potatoes and ginger. The trade agreement between India and Bhutan was signed during Union Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal's visit to Bhutan in February this year. That agreement is currently being implemented.

Relations between the two countries will be strengthened

As a result of this agreement, the friendly relations between India and Bhutan are going to be further strengthened. Ruchira Kamboj, India's ambassador to Bhutan, said the agreement would further boost trade between the two countries. Apart from that, it will further strengthen the relations between the two countries on various issues.

Preparations are in full swing

Agriculture in India and Bhutan is a very important part of the country. At present the Government of India is setting up a Plant Separation Center at Jaigaon, Assam. As a result, trucks carrying goods from Bhutan can easily get clearance to enter India. Earlier, the Bhutanese government had agreed to export tomatoes and onions from India to Bhutan.