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Dhaka, Delhi to take forward existing bilateral relations

Dhaka, Delhi to take forward existing bilateral relations

Staff Correspondent

Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud held a bilateral meeting with External Affairs Minister of India S Jaishankar on the sideline of the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement currently being held in Kampala, Uganda.

During the meeting, S Jaishankar congratulated Hasan Mahmud in his new role as Foreign Minister and both the leaders discussed various issues of mutual interests and ways to carry forward the existing excellent bilateral relations between the two countries, said a Foreign Ministry press release in Dhaka on Saturday.

They also discussed the upcoming visit of Bangladesh's Foreign Minister to New Delhi.

S Jaishankar in his Xbox wrote, “So glad to meet my new Bangladesh counterpart FM Dr. Mohammed Hasan Mahmud in Kampala today. Congratulated him on his appointment and wished him all success. India-Bangladesh relations are growing from strength to strength. Look forward to receiving him in Delhi soon.”

Hasan Mahmud is leading the Bangladesh delegation to the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) scheduled on 19-20 January 2024 and the Third South Summit of the G77 and China scheduled on 21-22 January 2023.

Foreign Secretary (Senior Secretary) Masud Bin Momen, Bangladesh Permanent Representative to the UN Muhammad A Muhith and Bangladesh High Commissioner to Kenya and Uganda among others are accompanying the Foreign Minister.

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