Indo-Bhutan relations: Royal Bhutanese Consulate Office comes up in Guwahati

Posted on:04 Feb 2018 09:00:01
Indo-Bhutan relations: Royal Bhutanese Consulate Office comes up in Guwahati
04 February 2018 Current Affairs: Royal Bhutanese Consulate was inaugurated in Guwahati seeking to strengthen North East and Bhutanese bond.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bhutan Lyonpo Damcho Dorji on Friday jointly inaugurated the Royal Bhutanese Consulate. 

CM Sonowal said that opening of the Consulate General’s Office will not only benefit Bhutanese and North Eastern tourists, pilgrims and students and businessmen but also strengthen friendship between people from Assam and neighboring states and Bhutan.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also commented that the historical and cultural linkages between Assam and Bhutan have made both the geographical entities their respective natural friends and partners.

Thanking Bhutanese Prime Minister Tobgay and Foreign Minister Damcho Dorji for announcing direct flight service between India-Bhutan and Singapore.

The move will propel inter-regional growth and connectivity in the backdrop of Act East Policy.
Royal Bhutanese Consulate was inaugurated in Guwahati seeking to strengthen North East and Bhutanese bond.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bhutan Lyonpo Damcho Dorji on Friday jointly inaugurated the Royal Bhutanese Consulate. 

CM Sonowal said that opening of the Consulate General’s Office will not only benefit Bhutanese and North Eastern tourists, pilgrims and students and businessmen but also strengthen friendship between people from Assam and neighboring states and Bhutan.

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also commented that the historical and cultural linkages between Assam and Bhutan have made both the geographical entities their respective natural friends and partners.

Thanking Bhutanese Prime Minister Tobgay and Foreign Minister Damcho Dorji for announcing direct flight service between India-Bhutan and Singapore.

The move will propel inter-regional growth and connectivity in the backdrop of Act East Policy.

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