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Indian Foreign  Secretary  Calls on Hasina and Others


Indian external affairs secretary Nirupama Menon Rao called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence in Dhaka on Monday.

During their meeting, they discussed in details the upcoming visit by the Prime Minister to India, Press Secretary to the Prime Minister Abul Kalam Azad said.

Dhaka and New Delhi have discussed bilateral issues including connectivity, security, water and power sharing which will be focused prominently during the meeting of the Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with her counterpart Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on December 19.
Sheikh Hasina will go New Delhi on December 18 from Copenhagen after attending UN conference on Climate Change there.
Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao, who arrivedin Dhaka on Saturday morning, discussed the preparations for the Prime Minister's visit as well as the possible agenda when she met Foreign Secretary Mijarul Quayes at the state guesthouse Padma on Saturday noon.

"This is going to be a significant visit," Rao told reporters after meeting with Quayes.
Briefing newsmen later on his meeting with Indian foreign secretary, Mijarul Quayes said, "it was actually a meeting of stocktaking on the issues about which we agreed in writing during our foreign minister Dr Dipu Moni's visit to India in September'.
Foreign secretary said details of our prime minister's schedule in India have not yet been worked out but she will be in New Delhi around 19th of December.

Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Molla Waheduzzaman, Foreign Secretary Mohamed Mijarul Quayes, Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Tarique Karim and Ambassador Ziauddin were present.
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pinak Ranjan Chakrabarti and Deputy High Commissioner Mukta D Tomar were accompanied the visiting Indian Foreign Secretary.

The Indian Foreign Minister also met the foreign minister of Bangladesh Dr Dipu Moni and the leader of the opposition Khaleda Zia.

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