India – Bangladesh Relations – Infographics 2017


The most significant element of the India Bangladesh relations is the fact that India was the first country to recognize Bangladesh as a separate and independent state and established diplomatic relations with the country immediately after its independence in December 1971. India and Bangladesh share 4096.7 km. of border, which is the longest land boundary that India shares with any of its neighbours.

The Coordinated Border Management Plan (CBMP) signed in 2011 aims to synergize the efforts of both the Border Guarding Forces for checking cross border illegal activities and crimes as well as for maintenance of peace and tranquility along the India-Bangladesh border and thereby improve the India Bangladesh relations.

Another milestone in the India Bangladesh relations is the India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) came into force following the exchange of instruments of ratification during PM’s visit to Bangladesh in June 2015. Historic Enclave transfer. The settlement of the maritime boundary arbitration between Bangladesh and India, as per UNCLOS award on July 7, 2014, has paved the way for the economic development of this part of the Bay of Bengal.

Line of Credit:

US$ 4.5 billion LoC for Bangladesh. The new LOC will cover projects in areas of Port Construction, Railways, Roads, Airports, Power & Energy, Telecommunications, and Shipping etc.

“Maitree Express”

Fully AC Passenger train service between Kolkata and Dhaka

The Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal – Motor Vehicle Agreement (BBIN-MVA) will significantly boost connectivity by road.

‘Hindi’ Chair in Dhaka University.

Year of India in Bangladesh and 2019 as Year of Bangladesh in India.

All you want to know about India Bangladesh relation

This resource was published by selflearnadmin
28 June 2017