dd 50th BGB-BSF DG level talks begin

50th BGB-BSF DG level talks begin

Published: 17 Sep 2020 Updated: 19 Sep 2020   

Online Desk

A four-day border conference between Bangladesh and Indian border guards began at 10.45am on Thursday in the conference room of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) headquarters in the city.

BGB Director General (DG) Major General Md Shafeenul Islam is leading a 13-member Bangladesh delegation while his BSF counterpart Rakesh Asthana is heading the six-member team in the conference, said a BGB press release, reports BSS.

The conference will conclude with the signing of a Joint Record of Discussions (JRD) on September 19.

Earlier, the BGB-BSF DGLT was postponed on September 13 as the BSF delegation could not reach Dhaka due to a technical glitch in their aircraft.

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