US to focus on making good terms with Bangladesh
US to focus on making good terms with Bangladesh

As of now, even the US is planning on to improve its terms with Bangladesh. US deputy secretary of state Stephen Biegun has told the Indian government that Washington will be consulting it more on its neighbouring countries, as he takes a key step towards resetting ties with Bangladesh at a meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday. Biegun will be the first high-ranking US leader in at least a decade to visit Dhaka. According to sources familiar with the matter, Biegun, in his discussions with India’s foreign secretary Harsh Shringla, went over ways to strengthen the QUAD security dialogue and sought India’s inputs on its neighbourhood.

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They considered bilateral cooperation on trade, including the development of common standards, a framework for investments, and building supply chains; apart from steps to help the Indian subcontinent respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, and plans to distribute a vaccine when it is ready. The people cited above said that Shringla also briefed his US counterpart on Bangladesh, and told him about the need for Washington to interlace with the Muslim-majority country, which is rising economically under the current leadership.

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Former US secretaries of state John Kerry and Hilary Clinton had shown their intention to visit Dhaka but did not make the trip. For long, India has encouraged the US to engage with Bangladesh as under the leadership of Hasina, saying the country has taken a sharp turn away from a more radical approach under Khaleda Zia.

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