Bangladesh and India are highly likely to hold bilateral talks at the level of foreign secretaries on May 7.
The Indian external affairs secretary Vijay Gokhale is set to arrive in Dhaka on May 6 for a three-day visit for the talks. The Bangladesh foreign secretary M Shahidul Haque would lead the Bangladesh side in the talks.
Senior officials on both sides are working on the agenda to be discussed during the meeting.
Gokhale is likely to set grounds for a high-level visit to Dhaka from New Delhi after the results of the Indian Lok Sabha election in the third week of May, officials said.
He would call on the prime minister Sheikh Hasina, the foreign minister AK Abdul Momen and the state minister for foreign affairs M Shahriar Alam.
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