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Parrikar arrives in Bangladesh on first visit

Press Trust of India  |  Dhaka 

Defence Minister today arrived here on a two-day visit to during which he will meet the top civil and military leadership to strengthen defence ties between the two countries.

Parrikar, the first Indian defence minister to in the last 45 years, was greeted by Defence Forces' Principal Staff Officer Lt Gen Md Mahfuzur Rahman and other officials.



The defence minister is leading an 11-member high-powered delegation.

According to an army press release here, Parrikar will meet President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during his stay in the country.

He is also scheduled to meet with the prime minister's defence and security advisor Maj Gen Tarique Ahmed Siddique (retd) for bilateral talks.

Parrikar, who is accompanied by the Vice Chiefs of the Army and Air Force, Deputy Chief of Navy besides Coast Guard chief, is scheduled to visit the military academy in Chittagong tomorrow.

The Indian military officials will also meet with the heads of Bangladesh's Army, Navy and Air Forces to discuss ways to improve military cooperation.

Top Defence Ministry officials in New Delhi had said the focus of the trip was to deepen security ties and firm up a defence cooperation agreement that is likely to be signed when Prime Minister Hasina visits India next month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Parrikar arrives in Bangladesh on first visit

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today arrived here on a two-day visit to Bangladesh during which he will meet the top civil and military leadership to strengthen defence ties between the two countries. Parrikar, the first Indian defence minister to Bangladesh in the last 45 years, was greeted by Bangladesh Defence Forces' Principal Staff Officer Lt Gen Md Mahfuzur Rahman and other government officials. The defence minister is leading an 11-member high-powered delegation. According to an army press release here, Parrikar will meet President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during his stay in the country. He is also scheduled to meet with the prime minister's defence and security advisor Maj Gen Tarique Ahmed Siddique (retd) for bilateral talks. Parrikar, who is accompanied by the Vice Chiefs of the Army and Air Force, Deputy Chief of Navy besides Coast Guard chief, is scheduled to visit the military academy in Chittagong tomorrow. The Indian military officials will ... Defence Minister today arrived here on a two-day visit to during which he will meet the top civil and military leadership to strengthen defence ties between the two countries.

Parrikar, the first Indian defence minister to in the last 45 years, was greeted by Defence Forces' Principal Staff Officer Lt Gen Md Mahfuzur Rahman and other officials.

The defence minister is leading an 11-member high-powered delegation.

According to an army press release here, Parrikar will meet President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during his stay in the country.

He is also scheduled to meet with the prime minister's defence and security advisor Maj Gen Tarique Ahmed Siddique (retd) for bilateral talks.

Parrikar, who is accompanied by the Vice Chiefs of the Army and Air Force, Deputy Chief of Navy besides Coast Guard chief, is scheduled to visit the military academy in Chittagong tomorrow.

The Indian military officials will also meet with the heads of Bangladesh's Army, Navy and Air Forces to discuss ways to improve military cooperation.

Top Defence Ministry officials in New Delhi had said the focus of the trip was to deepen security ties and firm up a defence cooperation agreement that is likely to be signed when Prime Minister Hasina visits India next month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Parrikar arrives in Bangladesh on first visit

Defence Minister today arrived here on a two-day visit to during which he will meet the top civil and military leadership to strengthen defence ties between the two countries.

Parrikar, the first Indian defence minister to in the last 45 years, was greeted by Defence Forces' Principal Staff Officer Lt Gen Md Mahfuzur Rahman and other officials.

The defence minister is leading an 11-member high-powered delegation.

According to an army press release here, Parrikar will meet President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during his stay in the country.

He is also scheduled to meet with the prime minister's defence and security advisor Maj Gen Tarique Ahmed Siddique (retd) for bilateral talks.

Parrikar, who is accompanied by the Vice Chiefs of the Army and Air Force, Deputy Chief of Navy besides Coast Guard chief, is scheduled to visit the military academy in Chittagong tomorrow.

The Indian military officials will also meet with the heads of Bangladesh's Army, Navy and Air Forces to discuss ways to improve military cooperation.

Top Defence Ministry officials in New Delhi had said the focus of the trip was to deepen security ties and firm up a defence cooperation agreement that is likely to be signed when Prime Minister Hasina visits India next month.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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