Home Minister Rajnath Singh today arrived in Bangladesh for a three-day visit during which he will hold discussions on various issues related to bilateral security, border management and cross border crimes.
The two leaders are expected to jointly inaugurate a Bangladesh-India Friendship Building at the Bangladesh Police Academy in northwestern Sardah and a coordinated Indian Visa Application Center in Dhaka.
"India and Bangladesh have made notable progress in transforming our land and maritime boundaries into zones of peace and tranquillity. Looking forward to strengthen the bilateral relations between both the countries on the basis of friendship and trust," Singh said in a tweet before leaving for Dhaka.
"The relationship between India and Bangladesh is anchored in history, culture, language and shared values of democracy. India attaches great significance to ties with Bangladesh," he said.
Singh and Kamal are also likely to discuss the Rohingya issue in their meeting.
The Indian side is expected to take up the issue of the continuous inflow of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) from across the border.
India shares a 4,096-km-long border with Bangladesh.
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