Bangladesh has signed nine agreements with China for supply of rice, displaced Rohingyas as well as strengthening cooperation in electricity, water resources, culture and tourism sectors. The agreement was signed in the presence of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Beijing, on Thursday. Earlier, the leaders of the two countries held a bilateral meeting. Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque told reporters that four agreements have been signed between Bangladesh Economic Relations Division and China Ministry of Commerce. These are the expansion and strengthening structure of the electricity network; Under the PGCB project, the framework agreement for strengthening the power grid network, the economic and technical cooperation agreement between the two governments; And Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the establishment of the Investment Co-operation Working Group Besides, the Economic Relations Division of Bangladesh has signed two loan agreements with China's Export-Import Bank. In addition, an agreement was signed between Bangladesh Disaster Management and Relief Ministry and China's International Development Cooperation Agency for the assistance of forced displaced Rohingya refugee rice. Under this agreement, China will supply 2,500 metric tons of rice to Rohingya who take shelter in Bangladesh. On behalf of Bangladesh Economic Relations Division Secretary Monowar Ahmed signed most of the agreement. Besides, water resources secretary Kabir Bin Anwar and cultural affairs secretary Dr. Md. Abu Zaina Mustafa Kemal signed an agreement. Earlier, on Thursday morning, China's Great Hall of the People, Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina received warm reception by red carpet reception and guard of honor. After 10:30 pm, Prime Minister Li Khu Chiang welcomed the Prime Minister when he arrived at Tienannen Square on the Great. At this time the national anthem of two countries was performed. The sound of greeting is greeted by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Meet the representatives of the two countries in front of the Great Hall, the visit of the visiting Bangladeshi Prime Minister and hosted Chinese Premier. Between 11pm and 11pm, there was a bilateral meeting between the representatives of the two countries. After the important talks of the bilateral meeting, these agreements and Memorandums of Understanding signed.