Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has shown up in Dhaka on an authority visit to Bangladesh to surrender the greeting of their Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Prime Minister Sheik Hasina to visit New Delhi.
Unfamiliar Minister AK Abdul Momen accepted his Indian partner at BAF Base Bangabandhu at around 2:15pm on Thursday upon his appearance by a unique trip of the Indian Air Force.
The Indian External Affairs Minister is booked to approach Prime Minister Sheik Hasina at Ganabhaban at 4:00pm.
Following his gathering with the Prime Minister, the Indian External Affairs Minister will hold a gathering with his Bangladesh partner Momen at Foreign Service Academy at 5:00pm.
Unfamiliar Minister AK Abdul Momen will likewise have an Iftar followed before supper at the institute out of appreciation for Jaishankar.
During the visit, Foreign Ministry authorities said, the date of the seventh Bangladesh-India Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting, which is planned to happen in New Delhi, will be fixed. Authorities said Jaishankar’s visit will likewise be a chance for the different sides to audit a few high-profile projects being executed as a feature of the Indian improvement participation.
Conciliatory sources said a visit to India by Sheik Hasina has been on the cards for quite some time, particularly after Narendra Modi visited Dhaka on March 26-27 last year to join the festivals of the brilliant celebration of Bangladesh’s freedom, the birth century of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman and the 50th long stretches of foundation of Bangladesh-India political relations.
Indian President Ram Nath Kovind likewise paid a state visit to Bangladesh on December 15-17 at the greeting of his Bangladesh partner Abdul Hamid to go to the 50th Victory Day festivities.
It is currently expected that the Bangladesh Prime Minister will make a trip to New Delhi at some point after the period of Ramadan or in the final part of the year, conciliatory sources said.
Sheik Hasina keep going visited New Delhi on October 3-6 out of 2019 to go to the Indian Economic Summit of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Prior on Monday, India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told the media in New Delhi that Jaishankar would give up the greeting letter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheik Hasina to visit India.
Aside from approaching Prime Minister Sheik Hasina, Jaishankar will have reciprocal conversation with his Bangladesh partner Dr AK Abdul Momen.
“The impending visit of the External Affairs Minister to Bangladesh might be found with regards to visit respective significant level visits and trades especially as the two sides celebrate 50 years of the foundation of conciliatory ties,” the Indian External Affairs Ministry said in an articulation on Wednesday.
The last visit by the Indian External Affairs Minister to Bangladesh was in March 2021.