A top-level delegation of Bangladeshi border guards will arrive here next week for five-day talks with the BSF on a host of issues related to crimes and illegal movement along the Indo-Bangla frontier.
Praising progress made by India and China in boundary negotiations, a top Chinese leader Tuesday said the two countries should take a strategic and all-around view of their bilateral relations to deepen their ties.
China on Monday said it is in touch with
India to finalise dates for border talks, which were put off
after rejection of its demand for cancellation of a Buddhist
meet to be addressed by the Dalai Lama.
Hoping to chart out modalities for a
joint border management system, India and Bangladesh on Monday discussed ways to tackle cross-frontier crimes like drug
smuggling and trafficking of women and children.
China expressed readiness to work towards increasing mutual understanding and confidence with India as the two sides concluded two-day boundary talks on a satisfactory note and agreed to maintain "peace and tranquility".