FOUR SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES TO EXPLORE WATER RESOURCES, HYDROPOWER


FOUR SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES TO EXPLORE WATER RESOURCES, HYDROPOWER

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Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) have agreed to work jointly to explore harnessing of water resources, including hydropower and power, from other sources available in the sub-region. The South Asian countries reached an agreement at the second Joint Working Group (JWG) meetings on Sub-Regional Cooperation on Water Resources Management and Power/Hydropower and on Connectivity and Transit among the four countries held in New Delhi on Friday-Saturday, according to a news agency.

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JANUARY 31, 2015

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