The tenth edition of the India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue began on Friday and will last three days. Senior RSS and BJP officials, as well as notable Bangladeshi attendees, discussed problems such as people-to-people connections in education, health, tourism, and the development of commerce and investment between the two countries.
The Indian delegation was led by Ram Madhav, a member of the India Foundation’s Governing Council. During the event, strategic topics are expected to be covered. MPs, top Army commanders, media editors, and notable professors from both nations are among the 60 participants.
- The tenth edition of the India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue began on Friday.
- The event has been kept a heavily protected secret.
- Strategic topics are expected to be discussed.
The India Foundation and the Bangladesh Foundation for Regional Studies have picked Shimla as the site for the event, which has been kept a heavily protected secret.
Ram Madhav, Shahriar Alam, and Rajkumar Ranjan Singh spoke during the opening session titled “Reliving Bangabandhu’s Vision for India-Bangladesh Friendship.” Chairman of the Bangladesh Foundation for Regional Studies, ASM Shamsul Arefin, also spoke on the two countries’ relations.