India and Bangladesh have agreed to stop illegal migrations and prevent their countries being used for hostile activities against each other.
GV Indian Foreign Minister, Narasimha Rao, down aircraft steps at Dacca airport and greeted by Bangladesh Foreign Minister, Professor Mohammad Shamsul Huq and presented with flowers.
GV Ministers and entourages walking towards cameramen.
SV PAN Ministers walking across airport tarmac. (2 SHOTS)
SV Official car leaves airport. (2 SHOTS)
SV INTERIOR Ministers holding talks inside State Guest House in Dacoa. (2 SHOTS)
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Background: India and Bangladesh have agreed to stop illegal migrations and prevent their countries being used for hostile activities against each other. this was contained in a joint statement after a three-day visit to Bangladesh by the Indian Foreign Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao.
SYNOPSIS: Mr. Rao was met at Dacca airport by the Bangladesh Foreign Minister, Mohammad Shamsul Huq.
Mr. Huq led the Bangladesh delegation throughout the bilateral talks.
The two sides agreed to make efforts to ensure peace on their borders. During discussions the two Foreign Ministers initiated plans for the emergence of a south Asian forum and summit meeting on international cooperation in the region.
Another meeting is to be held in November so that experts can determine the two countries' territorial limits in the Bay of Bengal. And both countries are to co-operate in a political settlement to cater for water requirements during dry months.