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PM Modi Reaffirms India’s Commitment to Work With Bangladesh

PM Modi Reaffirms India’s Commitment to Work With Bangladesh

On February 7, Foreign Minister of Bangladesh A K Abdul Momen called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi who reaffirmed his country’s commitment to work with Bangladesh and build on the momentum of the existing bilateral relations during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s fresh term in office.

Further, PM Modi also assured India’s cooperation with Bangladesh on the issue of Rohingya repatriation.

These remarks were made by PM Modi while visiting Bangladesh FM at his official residence on Lok Kalyan Marg.

The Bangladesh High Commission in India said in a statement that during the meeting which began at 10:00 am, the Indian prime minister mentioned that the partnership between Bangladesh and India “is flourishing under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.”

As per one of the statements reported,

“While thanking Prime Minister Modi for India’s humanitarian assistance to Rohingyas, the Bangladesh foreign minister requested India’s support for early repatriation of the Rohingyas to the Rakhine State of Myanmar. Prime Minister Modi reiterated that India is always with Bangladesh and assured of India’s cooperation in this regard.”

Moreover, the statement reported that PM Modi confirmed India’s sincere commitment to Bangladesh’s prosperity and development and observed that India-Bangladesh relations “is a model between two neighboring countries which needs to be showcased for the wider audience around the world.”

According to a statement issued by Modi’s office, the Indian PM also praised A K Abdul on his appointment as the foreign minister and also acknowledged his gesture of selecting India as the destination for his first visit.

Also, the statement added that Abdul Momen, Foreign Minister summarized the recent developments in the bilateral relationship to the Indian PM.

A K Abdul Momen, the Foreign Minister who is in India on his maiden official tour abroad, is now in New Delhi to attend the 5th meeting of India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission (JCC).

The JCC meeting to be co-chaired by Momen and his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj will review the entire gamut of bilateral relations.

Both the sides are expected to sign five MoUs after the JCC meeting.

After the meeting with the PM Modi, Abdul Momen is also scheduled to meet senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and the leader of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha. Further, he is scheduled to attend a lunch to be hosted by former Permanent Representative to the United Nations and India’s Urban Development & Housing Minister Hardeep Singh Puri.

Foreign Minister of Bangladesh is expected to return Dhaka on Saturday.

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