IMF's DMD impressed with Padma bridge
International Monetary Fund's Deputy Managing Director Antoinette Monsio Sayeh today expressed her happiness for Padma Bridge during a three-hour visit to the project site.
"We visited Padma Bridge today. She (Sayeh) was really impressed with it and was very happy that she visited it," one of the spokespersons of the IMF said.
The IMF deputy managing director led a 10-member team to the bridge site, an official involved with the project said.
After reaching the site at around 9am, she visited the bridge, saw river training works and resentment areas.
The project director also briefed her about different perspective of the project before her departure from the site at around 12 noon, he said.
Padma Bridge and the country's first metro rail are two very important project of the country. Padma Bridge was built with won resource while metro rail project is being implemented with Japanese loan.
Sayeh reached Bangladesh on Saturday for a five-day visit and left Dhaka today evening.
She also visited metro rail on Monday.