The Indian Foreign Secretary is coming to Dhaka on December 6

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Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Sringla is coming to Dhaka next Tuesday as part of preparations for the visit of Indian President Ramnath Kobinder. During his two-day visit, he will hold talks with Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen. He will also pay courtesy calls on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen.

Foreign Ministry officials confirmed the information in the first light on Thursday.

According to diplomatic sources, Harsh Vardhan will hold talks with Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen on December 6, the first day of his visit to Sringla. On the same day, he will pay a courtesy call on the Foreign Minister. Harsh Vardhan Sringla will pay a courtesy call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on December 6. The Indian Foreign Secretary is scheduled to return to Delhi on the same day.

The Indian Foreign Secretary is coming to Dhaka on December 6

Asked about this, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen told this correspondent on Thursday night, “Indian President Ramnath Kobind will arrive in Dhaka on December 15 for a three-day visit to take part in the celebrations of the golden jubilee of independence.” Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Sringla is coming to Dhaka as part of preparations for the visit. If I am in Dhaka, I can have a courtesy meeting with him. ‘

Harsh Vardhan visited Bangladesh on March 26 to accompany Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Independence.

He will then attend the Victory Day Parade at the National Parade Ground. In the evening, he will take part in the South Plaza function of the National Assembly. During his visit to Dhaka, the President said in his honor. Abdul Hamid will join the dinner at Bangabhaban. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen will pay a courtesy call on the President of India.

A leading security team led by the country’s head of state Nagesh Singh is currently on a visit to Bangladesh as part of preparations for the Indian president’s visit.

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