Egypt has expressed interest to help Bangladesh to boost production of fish and livestock.
Egyptian Ambassador Walid Ahmed Shamseldin expressed the interest while meeting Fisheries and Livestock Minister SM Rezaul Karim at his house on Bailey Road on Friday.
Shamseldin said Egyptian medicines, technological assistance and experience can be used in Bangladesh’s fisheries and livestock sectors.
“Egypt has achieved unimaginable success in fisheries sector which can be shared with Bangladesh,” he said adding that especially Bangladesh can take world class medicine and vaccine of Egypt for domestic animal.
Egypt is interested to provide all kind of assistance to Bangladesh for increasing production of poultry, fisheries and dairy products, the ambassador said.