Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and India's Vice President Hamid Ansari met in the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar on Saturday.
The two-leaders met on the sidelines of the 11th Asia-Europe Summit. They discussed bilateral and issues of mutual interest, NDTV reported.
Meanwhile Asian and European leaders condemned the terror attack in the French city of Nice and reiterated the need to tackle terrorism on the first day of the ASEM summit on Friday.
During the summit, the leaders also talked about the South China Sea issue, days after a UN-backed tribunal struck down China's claims of "historical rights" in the disputed waters in a case brought by the Philippines.
They also voiced their opposition to the use of force and the need for freedom of navigation in international waters.