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Bangladesh and exploring the sea September 17, 2008

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, ECONOMY, GOVERNANCE.
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Though Bay of Bengal is extended from the south of Bangladesh, but it didn’t explore the sea for resources especially for gas and oil.
India discovered 100 trillion gas in the Bay of Bengal in 2005-06 and Myanmar also discovered 7 trillion gas at the same time.

Sea border demarcation between the neighboring countries is important to make any search beneath the sea. Our two neighbors made substantial progress in this matter and they are going to file petition to UN for this. We are lacking far behind our neighbors.

The international tender by Bangladesh earlier was given objection by both the countries and make the exploration of sea difficult for Bangladesh.

But Bangladesh must make an way out for this and there is a huge possibility of vast resources in the Bay of Bengal that may be required for development of Bangladesh.

An ordinary citizen

News:
India and Bangladesh sit after 28 years to demacate sea borders [DS]
The talk ends without any consensus[ATN]

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1. Josh Maxwell - September 17, 2008

Nice writing style. I look forward to reading more in the future.

2. Bangladesh » Bangladesh announces talks to ease tensions ahead of polls - Summary - September 18, 2008

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