Dhaka-Delhi JCC talks conceded

New date is set to commonly be chosen by unfamiliar pastors Momen and Jaishankat

The following round of the Joint Consultation Commission (JCC) meeting among Bangladesh and India, which was planned to be held in New Delhi on May 30 has been conceded.

Another date commonly helpful to the two sides for the unfamiliar pastor level discussions will be reported later.

Unfamiliar Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen, presently going to the third version of Asian Confluence River Conclave-2022 (NADI) in Guwahati, affirmed it to journalists on Saturday.

Momen had a long gathering with his Indian partner S Jaishankar in Guwahati and examined issues of common interest.

Afterward, they chose to concede the gathering of the JCC.

The JCC will be co-led by Momen and Jaishankat.

The two unfamiliar clergymen met in Dhaka keep going month and pushed on following up the choices taken at the most elevated level for their viable execution for common advantage.

The 6th gathering of the JCC was hung on September 29, 2020. In spite of the fact that Dhaka was booked to have the gathering, the gathering was hung on a virtual stage because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bangladesh and India noticed that 2021 was a milestone year for their relationship as the president and the head of the state of India visited Bangladesh in a solitary year.

The nations praised the 50th year of conciliatory ties through the festival of various milestone occasions across the world working together.

State head Sheik Hasina is probably going to visit India this year.