Giving information, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will meet in digital mode in December.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will meet in digital mode in December. Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen gave this information here on Tuesday.
Momen said this after the sixth meeting of the India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission. In this meeting organized through digital medium in view of Kovid-19, Momen represented Bangladesh and the team was led by Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on behalf of India. He said that the two Prime Ministers will meet in December.
India, Bangladesh comprehensively review bilateral relations
A high-level system will soon be set up to monitor India’s funded development projects in Bangladesh. This information was given after the ministerial level digital meeting between the two countries. The meeting also reiterated the commitment to finalize the interim agreement on water sharing of Teesta River.
According to the Ministry of External Affairs, the sixth meeting of the India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) also emphasized the importance of safe, speedy and sustainable return of forcibly displaced people from Rakhine province of Myanmar who have taken refuge in Bangladesh.
Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar and his Bangladeshi counterpart A. K. Abdul Momen did it. Before the Digital Summit between the Prime Ministers of the two countries in December, a detailed review of bilateral relations was done in it.
In a joint statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs on the Rohingya issue, it said that the Bangladesh Foreign Minister emphasized that “until the problem is resolved quickly, there is a possibility that economic in a staunch area Growth will disrupt peace and stability and seek cooperation from India in resolving the crisis.
The joint statement said that terrorism is a big threat to global peace and security and both sides pledged to end it. In the talks, the two ministers said that India and Bangladesh are two big economies in South Asia and mutual benefit measures should be promoted to increase trade and investment between the two countries, including removing any hindrance in trade.
The joint statement said that the two sides have decided to set up a ‘High Level Monitoring Committee’ to regularly review the progress of India’s loan cooperation projects in Bangladesh. It said that a coordinated Border Management Plan (CBMP) should be implemented for effective security at the borders between the two countries. It said, “The Indian side urged speedy fencing within 150 yards of the border areas to help prevent border crimes.”