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Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina meets her Indian counterpart today for bilateral talks

Bangladesh Prime Minister Hasina was received by Union Minister Darshana Jardosh at the airport yesterday on her arrival in New Delhi. Hasina will meet Prime Minister Modi in the national capital on Tuesday.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who visited India, is being accorded a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday. For this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Rashtrapati Bhavan and he received Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina strongly on her arrival at Rashtrapati Bhavan. An important meeting of both the leaders is also going to be held today and it is believed that agreements can be signed in key areas including river water sharing.

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After a warm welcome, PM Sheikh Hasina said, “India has always been a good partner of ours. I look forward to a positive dialogue between India and Bangladesh. When our country became independent, India and the people of India supported us, I thank India’s contribution made during that time. He further said, “Our priority is to address the issues of the people, eradicate poverty and develop the economy. With these issues, I feel that we both countries work together so that people can have a better life not only in India and Bangladesh but across South Asia.”

During her visit, Hasina is likely to sign seven agreements, including water management, railway, science and technology, and information and broadcasting with Indian leadership.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Delhi on Monday on a four-day visit to hold talks with her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. After this meeting, the two sides are likely to sign agreements in key areas including defence, trade and river water sharing. Hasina last visited New Delhi in October 2019.

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