Dhaka has proposed New Delhi to arrange the planned bilateral talks between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on March 27 in Dhaka, foreign secretary Masud bin Momen said.
“We proposed them to hold the bilateral talks on March 27 as the Indian prime minister is likely to arrive here either on March 25 or 26,” Masud told reporters at his office on Sunday.
He held a bilateral talks with his Indian counterpart Harsh Vardhan Shringla in New Delhi on Friday.
The foreign secretary said that Modi would attend the grand celebration of golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence here in the evening on March 26.
“Before the prime minister level talks, Indian foreign minister J Shankar will visit Dhaka,” he said, adding that the visit could be held at the end of February.