Japan-based JERA Company Incorporated’s president Satoshi Onoda and Bangladesh-based Summit Group’s founder chairman Muhammed Aziz Khan paid a call to prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office in Dhaka on Monday.
The prime minister was pleased with the private sector partnership of the two companies in developing infrastructure as the partnership also reflects friendship between the two countries, said a press release.
Japanese ambassador to Bangladesh Naoki Ito also appreciated that the two large companies of two countries had partnered for the progress of Bangladesh.
Onoda informed Hasina about Summit-JERA-GE consortium’s ongoing project on the 583 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant in Meghnaghat. The plant is likely to be the largest plant in Bangladesh when completed in 2022.
The prime minister’s adviser for power, energy and mineral resources affairs Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, state minister for power, energy and mineral resources Nasrul Hamid, secretary to the prime minister’s office Tofazzel Hossain Miah, chief executive officer of JERA Asia Toshiro Kudama, managing director and CEO of Summit Power International Ayesha Aziz Khan were also present on the occasion.
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