Dhaka-Delhi expresses satisfaction with bilateral cooperation
Dhaka, May 12: Bangladesh and India have expressed satisfaction with the level of bilateral cooperation in various fields. This satisfaction was expressed during a courtesy call on Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar at the Ganabhaban on Thursday with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
After the meeting, Prime Minister's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed the journalists.
He said, "Both sides expressed satisfaction with the level of bilateral cooperation in various fields."
During the meeting, they discussed the regional economy of South Asia in the context of post-Covid and Ukraine war. Besides, they also discussed the 6th Indian Ocean Conference to be held in Dhaka on May 12 and 13 and the G20 Summit to be held in India next September.
The Prime Minister hoped that India would make a significant contribution to advance the interests of people in developed and underdeveloped countries. She asked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to convey her best wishes.
Jaishankar thanked Bangladesh for hosting the 6th Indian Ocean Conference. He said that the participation of Bangladesh in the conference is very big.
Prime Minister's Ambassador-at-Large Mohammad Ziauddin, Prime Minister's Principal Secretary Md. Tofajzel Hossain Mia, Foreign Secretary Masood Bin Momen, Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pranay Kumar Verma and Indian Deputy High Commissioner Dr. Binoy George were present.
Indian External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar arrived in Dhaka on Thursday evening on a two-day official visit to attend the 6th Indian Ocean Summit.