Poland has expressed its interest to provide technical supports to Bangladesh in extracting coal from mine through modern technology.
A Visiting Polish delegation, led by Deputy Minister for Economic Development Radoslaw Domagalsli Labedzki, shown the interest as they met Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu at his office at Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban here.
The Polish deputy minister said Poland would increase its investment in Bangladesh as it has already done so in India.
Speaking on the occasion, Amu said the trade and investment between Bangladesh and Poland has been increasing gradually though there is no direct Polish embassy in Bangladesh.
He said Bangladesh has reopened its mission in Polish capital of Warsaw in April, 2015 to increase bilateral investment and commerce.
He said an excellent atmosphere for investment in Bangladesh has been prevailing as the government has undertaken initiatives to establish 100 special economic zones.
Additional Industry Secretary Begum Parag and Polish Non-Resident Ambassador in Dhaka Tomasz Lukaszuk were present on the occasion, among others.