PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Sheikh Hasina, counterparts from Bhutan, Greece, Mauritius
NEW YORK: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held bilateral discussions with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and his counterparts from Bhutan, Greece and Mauritius on wide range of issues to further boost ties.
Prime Minister Modi had an "excellent meeting" with Hasina and the two leaders took stock of the "rapidly expanding multi-faceted" bilateral relationship, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.
Concluding the #UNGA week by meeting a close neighbor. PM @narendramodi had an excellent meeting with Bangladeshi… https://t.co/A3ZmNQlbXp
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) 1569604006000
"Concluding the #UNGA week by meeting a close neighbour. PM @narendramodi had an excellent meeting with Bangladeshi PM #SheikhHasina. The leaders took stock of the rapidly expanding multifaceted bilateral relationship," Kumar said.
A relationship which is uniquely strong – and growing! PM @narendramodi had a warm meeting with @PMBhutan on the m… https://t.co/Cy7INXq5r6
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) 1569603698000
Modi met his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis soon after addressing the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly here. They reviewed India-Greece relations and discussed steps to intensify political, economic and people to Read More – Source