Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is on a four-day visit to India. Today there was a meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in Delhi. During this, agreements were also reached between the two countries on many issues. At the same time, Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra gave information about the bilateral talks between PM Modi and PM Sheikh Hasina. He said that both the leaders welcomed the ongoing discussion on establishing cross border interconnection.
Big decision taken regarding distribution of Kushiara river water
Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra in the meeting between PM Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has welcomed the ongoing discussion on establishing cross border interconnection. Which will help in meeting the energy needs of both India and Bangladesh. In addition, the two leaders welcomed the signing of the Interim Water Sharing Arrangement of the Kushiyara River.
Bangladesh’s role on Rohingya issue is commendable
Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra told about the meeting that we are aware of the Rohingya issue. The role of Bangladesh in providing asylum to them is being appreciated globally. We have also provided financial assistance. Whatever assistance is needed in future, the Government of India will give it. He further said that India supports all efforts towards their repatriation to Myanmar.
‘Discussion on many issues including terrorism, border management’
Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra further said that the two leaders underscored the importance of continuing our close security cooperation in the fields of terrorism, border management and cross-border crimes and to further enhance our development partnership, including the upgradation of railway infra projects in Bangladesh. agreed upon.
These agreements were signed between India and Bangladesh
Let us tell you that it has been decided to increase cooperation between India and Bangladesh in areas like IT, space and nuclear energy. Apart from this, an important agreement has been signed on sharing of water from Kushiyara river. PM Modi said that there are 54 such rivers, which pass through the India-Bangladesh border and have been linked to the livelihood of the people of both the countries for centuries. These rivers, folk stories about them, folk songs, have also been a witness to our shared cultural heritage.