A two-day regional commander-level meeting between border forces of Myanmar and Bangladesh began in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh on Wednesday to strengthen mutual relationships.
In a press release, the Border Guard Bangladesh headquarters said that the meeting would discuss the ways of checking drug smuggling, stop trespassing, trans-boundary extremism, border security, and joint patrolling.
BGB’s Cox’s Bazar regional commander Brigadier General Nazm-Us-Sakib is leading a 15-member Bangladesh delegation, comprising of the representatives from foreign and home ministries, Department of Narcotics and other concerned authorities.
Myanmar Border Guard Police commander Brigadier General Htet Lwin led the Myanmar delegation. The Myanmar delegation was given guard of honour after their arrival in Teknaf.
The talk will conclude with the signing of a joint record of discussion on Thursday and the Myanmar team will leave Cox’s Bazar in the evening.