On Friday, India and Bangladesh had in-depth talks on a variety of topics, including as commerce, connectivity, border and security, and the power and energy industries.
The talks took place at the “India-Bangladesh Foreign Office Consultations,” in which Foreign Secretaries Vinay Mohan Kwatra of India and Masud Bin Momen of Bangladesh represented their respective nations.
According to a statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs, India valued its neighbor’s participation in the Voice of Global South conference 2.0 and the recently conducted Virtual G20 conference.
According to the statement, in addition to commerce and security, both parties had in-depth conversations on development cooperation in Bangladesh and people-to-people ties.
According to the statement, the two nations also discussed sub-regional, regional, and international concerns.
An institutional interaction mechanism called Foreign Office Consultation allows the two foreign secretaries to evaluate the whole range of bilateral ties.
It was decided that Bangladesh would host the next FOC.