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By TIMOTHY KELLY, Associated PressThe world’s largest bridge to sea is expected to be completed this year, bringing together two of the world’s poorest nations with a shared desire to connect the oceans and the planet.
Construction on the $1 billion bridge, the second in the world, is expected by the end of the year and is expected on the Bangladesh coast.
The first was built in 2010 to ease the way for people to get to Europe, but the second was designed to make a way for Bangladeshis to cross the porous Bangladeshi border and reach the United States and other countries.
The new bridge will help ease the flow of people in both countries, but it also has been billed as an investment in the future of Bangladesh’s economy.
The $1 million project is expected not only to create jobs and bolster the economy but also as a way to ease tensions between the two nations, with Bangladesh having been embroiled in an increasingly bitter border dispute with India since the 2014 military coup that toppled then-President Sheikh Hasina.
The construction of the bridge, which was completed in December, will have the benefit of connecting the world to the Bangladesh border and connecting the two countries by sea, said Dhaka’s transportation minister, Shafiqur Rahman.
The bridge, however, will not be a major part of Bangladeshs economic future.
It is meant to be used as a temporary bridge that will help to ease traffic along the country’s coastline and is not a permanent project, Rahman said.
The plan is to build the bridge between Bangladesh and India by building a permanent bridge that is built with a floating structure that will be able to hold up to a million people at once, Rahman told reporters in Dhaka.
The government expects to start construction on the bridge in 2021 and the project could be completed by 2024, he said.
It is hoped that the new bridge would also help to improve the lives of Bangladeshis, who have struggled for decades to secure work and employment, said Shafiquat Ali, an economist at the National Development Council Bangladesh.
More:The new span, which is a short distance from the Bangladesh International Port, is meant for people who are able to work in either country but who want to live and work in Bangladesh, Ali said.
But it will be used mainly for the Bangladis and not for the Indian ones, he added.
“There are many Bangladeshas who have been stuck in India and they want to work and get married here, but India has given them no job opportunities,” Ali said, adding that many people are unemployed and living on food stamps.
More than 6 million people live on the border, many of them Bangladeshis who have worked for decades in the country.
The country’s population of nearly 10 million is about the same as when Hasina was in power.
The two countries have been at odds for decades over the border dispute, with India claiming the area, while Bangladesh insists the border is its own.
The conflict has been largely forgotten in the past few years, with both countries focusing instead on trade and economic relations.
But India has been pushing the country to move beyond its border disputes and begin negotiating with other nations in the region, Ali added.
Bangladesh has sought to reach out to India, a key ally in the fight against the Islamic State group, by building an economic corridor through the disputed region, and has been looking at ways to ease trade barriers.
India and Bangladesh signed a $20 billion trade deal in 2016.
The border disputes have also been a major concern in recent months, with thousands of people killed in cross-border violence between India and Pakistan, a country that has a porous border with Bangladesh.