Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Morshed Khan has assured Indian officials that his country's territory will not be used by Indian insurgents.
Mr. Khan made the pledge on Monday in New Delhi during a meeting with his Indian counterpart Natwar Singh.
It follows persistent complaints to Dhaka by India that Indian separatists are using Bangladeshi soil to attack targets inside India's northeastern border states. However, Dhaka insists there are no Indian militant camps on its territory.
Mr. Khan also met with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and handed him an invitation for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit on behalf of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.
The summit is to be held in Dhaka next January.