A bilateral summit between India and Bangladesh is likely to be held in December this year. However, a final call in this regard has not been taken yet, the sources said.
If the Coronavirus situation does not ease by the end of this year, the summit will be held virtually, the sources added. In case the situation normalises, the bilateral summit will be held physically as per which Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi will be travelling to Dhaka to meet his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina.
Meanwhile, the sixth Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) at the Foreign Ministers’ level took place on September 29 which was attended by External Affairs Minister (EAM) Dr. S. Jaishankar in New Delhi and his counterpart Dr AK Abdul Momen in Dhaka virtually. The two ministers reviewed the bilateral ties shared by the two nations.
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