“Wheat and fertilizer supplies are taking place. We talked about transferring this effort from the annual basis to a longer one,” Lavrov said at a joint press briefing with Abdul Momen.
“Relevant authorities and departments are discussing practical aspects of arranging regular large-scale supplies of liquefied natural gas and oil to Bangladesh,” the Russian minister said.
Bangladesh is Russia’s second-largest trade partner in South Asia after India.
In recent years, the trade exchange reached almost three billion dollars, the head of Russian diplomacy said, who will conclude a working visit on Friday.