The India-Bangladesh border conference will be held in Delhi from June 11

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New Delhi, June 8 (Post Bureau)- India and Bangladesh will hold their bi-annual border-level talks here this weekend, during which the two sides will take up several issues related to cross-border crime and better coordination between their security agencies. will discuss the steps involved. Let’s discuss the steps. Official sources gave this information on Thursday.
A 15-member delegation of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is likely to arrive in Delhi on Saturday for four-day talks with their Indian counterparts in the Border Security Force (BSF) between June 11 and 14.
The BGB delegation was led by its Director General (DG) Major General A.K. of M. Najmul Hassan, while BSF. The delegation led by D.G. Sujoy Lal Thausen will do it.
Officials related to home affairs, foreign affairs and drug control of both the countries are likely to be present during the meeting.
This will be the 53rd edition of such talks between the two countries and the last such meeting was held in July last year, when a BSF delegation visited Dhaka.
A senior official of the Union Home Ministry told PTI that the joint initiative for border management on both sides, investigation of crimes on this front, implementation of Coordinated Border Management Plan (CBMP), BGB and BSF. Discussions are expected on increasing mutual trust between them. on various issues related to ways and means of further strengthening existing bilateral relations.
The BSF guards the 4,096 km long international Indian border with Bangladesh in the eastern part of the country.
The dialogue was held annually between 1975 and 1992, but was made biannual in 1993, with both sides traveling to the national capitals of New Delhi and Dhaka at regular intervals.
A senior BSF official said that the relations between the two countries and the security forces are very good and both sides are working to take these relations further.
According to official figures, a total of 407 Bangladeshi nationals were handed over to the BGB by the BSF between June 2022 and April 2023 “in good faith” and no legal action was taken against them as they crossed the border unknowingly.

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