6th Joint Consultative Commission Meet between India and Bangladesh

Published on October 02, 2020
6th Joint Consultative Commission Meet between India and Bangladesh
  • The 6th Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meet by India and Bangladesh was held virtually.
  • India was represented by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. And Bangladesh was represented by Foreign Minister, A K Abdul Momen.
  • Both the dignitaries discussed the bilateral relations at the meet 
  • External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar focused that Bangladesh is the important nation in India’s ‘Neighborhood First Policy’
  • He also assured to follow the commitment to supply COVID-19 vaccine to Bangladesh
  • Both the ministers focused on their commitment to finalize the agreement for sharing waters of Teesta and also mentioned the need to complete the framework of interim agreement on sharing waters of six rivers namely Muhuri, Gumti, Manu, Khowai, Dudhkumar and Dharla.
  • At the meeting, ministers released commemorative postal stamp issued by Bangladesh on the occasion of 150th Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Also, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar announced that India is planning to launch commemorative postal stamp on the occasion birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Dec 2020
  • Both the nations discussed to achieve border security, cooperation in energy sector and to initiate ‘air travel bubble ‘flights
  • Static Part: 
    • Capital of Bangladesh: Dhaka
    • Currency of Bangladesh: Taka
    • PM of Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina

Question: 

Q: 1: India attended the 6th Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meet with which other country?
a. Sri Lanka
b. Bangladesh
c.  Japan
d. Indonesia

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