Bangladesh will seek “specific timeframe” from India to settle the Teesta water sharing and implement land boundary agreement in the upcoming foreign ministers’ level meeting in New Delhi.
The third Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting to be held on Sept 20 will be the first after the regime change in Delhi.
Dhaka sees the meeting as an opportunity to take the relations to “a new height”.
The meeting also assumes significance to Bangladesh as it will be the first visit of the minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali to India. Read More