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Bangladesh-India JCC meeting deferred

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Update: 2022-05-28 20:27:59
Bangladesh-India JCC meeting deferred

The seventh foreign ministerial level Bangladesh-India Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting, which was scheduled to be held in New Delhi on Monday, has been deferred.

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen today (May 28) revealed it to the media while attending the third edition of Asian Confluence River Conclave-2022 (NADI) in Guwahati, Assam.

The JCC meeting would be held later on, he told reporters in Assam.

Indian external affairs minister S Jaishangkar is now also in Guwahati to attend the conclave.

Momen had a long meeting with Jaishankar on various issues of mutual interest and later decided to defer the JCC meeting.

The sixth JCC meeting was hosted by Dhaka virtually on September 29 in 2020.

BDST: 2028 HRS, May 28 2022

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