30 countries including US, UK, Japan attended interactive meeting for Bengal Global Business Summit, 2022

30 countries including US, UK, Japan attended interactive meeting for Bengal Global Business Summit, 2022

Hummingbird News Desk

KOLKATA, 3 MAR: At least twelve foreign countries have already agreed to be business partners at the 6th edition of the Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS), scheduled on 20-21 April, 2022. The countries include England, Russia, Germany, Kenya, Malaysia, Netherlands, among others.

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As a precursor to BGBS 2022, the state government on Thursday organised an interactive meeting at Nabanna Sabhaghar with Ambassadors, High Commissioners, Consul Generals, Honorary Consuls and Bilateral Chambers.

The meeting was addressed by state Chief Secretary H. K. Dwivedi. Rajiva Sinha, Chairman, WBIDC (West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation) delivered the introductory remarks while Amit Mitra, Principal Chief Advisor to the Chief Minister and state Finance Department delivered the keynote address virtually.

A presentation was made on BGBS 2022 including structure of the summit and offerings for Partner Countries.

The Interactive Session was attended by nearly 30 Countries. Ambassadors/ High Commissioners of Italy, Netherlands, Paraguay, Kenya, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Malaysia, Morocco and Slovenia joined the session virtually.

Senior Embassy officials from Luxembourg, Poland, Singapore, Switzerland, Japan, Finland, France, Republic of Korea etc. also attended the virtual interactive session. 

Ambassador of Argentine, Republic to India, Consul Generals from USA, UK, Japan, Italy, Australia, Bhutan, Nepal, Thailand in West Bengal and Honorary Consuls from several countries attended the meeting.

Ambassadors who joined the meeting showed keen interest to attend BGBS 2022 and also indicated to join as partner countries for BGBS 2022.

The meeting with Diplomats was followed by Presentations by Senior Departmental Secretaries to apprise about respective sectoral developments. Focus sectors include Infrastructure, Service Sector including Education and Health, Tourism, Industries including MSME, Agri and Allied Sector, International Trade, IT&ITes, Mining, Oil & Gas.

The interaction with diplomats was organised by WBIDC and Partner Chamber, FICCI.

Tags: #BengalGlobalBusinessSummit #WBIDC #FICCI

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