New Delhi: The fourth Home Minister level talks between India and Bangladesh will be held on Thursday and would include a review of the implementation of the Land Boundary Agreement, security and border management and related issues.
Home Minister of Bangladesh Asaduzzaman Khan will be leading a high level delegation to India from 27 July to 30 July, said a Home Ministry statement.
During the visit, the Bangladeshi delegation will call on President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"On July 28, there will be Home Minister level talks between delegation led by Bangladesh Home Minister and Union Home Minister of India. Indian delegation will consist of National Security Adviser (NSA), Union Home Secretary and officers of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Border Security Force (BSF), Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Coast Guard and others," read the statement.
"During these talks, there will be review of Land Boundary Agreement implementation, security and border management and related issues. The talks are expected to further strengthen and enhance the excellent cooperation between the two countries," it added.
The Bangladesh delegation will also be visiting Udaipur and Kolkata during their stay in India.
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Updated Date: Jul 27, 2016 19:55:02 IST