Dhaka [Bangladesh]February 15 (ANI): Foreign Minister Vinay Mohan Kwatra and his Bangladesh counterpart Masud Bin Momen on Wednesday reviewed bilateral partnerships between the neighboring countries.
“Minister of Foreign Affairs @AmbVMKwatra held MFA consultations with Bangladesh’s @FSMasud. Both sides reviewed the full spectrum of bilateral partnership including politics, security, trade, investment, defence, connectivity, water, power and sub-regional cooperation,” A tweet was written on the official handle of the Indian High Commission in Bangladesh.
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The two countries agreed to maintain close contact during India’s G20 presidency in the context of Bangladesh’s participation as the country of honor.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA), Quatla will be on an official visit to Bangladesh on February 15-16 to review bilateral relations between the two countries ranging from security to power and energy.
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“Minister for Foreign Affairs @AmbVMKwatra arrived in Dhaka for India-Bangladesh MFA Consultation. This is an important step to strengthen the strong India-Bangladesh partnership and open the way for a brighter future,” Indian High Commission in Bangladesh said on Tuesday tweeted.
Also, during the two-day (15-16 February) visit to Bangladesh, Kwatra and Masud Bin Momen will review the entire bilateral relationship, including politics and security, water, trade and investment, power and energy, according to the MEA statement. , defense, connectivity and sub-regional cooperation.
Kwatra is visiting Bangladesh at the invitation of the other party.
“In line with India’s ‘Neighbours First’ policy, the visit to Bangladesh is in line with the highest priority. Bangladesh is India’s most important development partner and largest trading partner in the region. The upcoming visit of the Foreign Secretary will further strengthen bilateral relations , and provide impetus to India for continuous cooperation in different fields,” MEA added. (Arnie)
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