Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan, who is now in India's New Delhi to attend an international ministerial conference on how to deal with terror financing, including legitimate and illegitimate funding routes, met his India counterpart Amit Shah on the sidelines of the event Friday.
They discussed border management and common security-related issues, Public Security Division Senior Information Officer Md Sharif Mahmud Apu, who is part of the three-member Bangladesh delegation.
India's Union Home Minister Amit said his country will provide all possible assistance to Bangladesh in repatriating the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals (Rohingya), Sharif added.
The third ministerial "No Money for Terror" conference, organised by the Indian government in New Delhi on Friday and Saturday, is being attended by representatives of 76 countries to discuss terrorist financing and related issues.
Home ministers of about 20 countries, including Russia, France, Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore are participating in the event.
The topic for Bangladesh in the programme is terror financing through money transfer service schemes and hundi networks.
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