Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat is to visit Dhaka again on April 27, to upgrade the bilateral defence relationship.
This is the second time Rawat is visiting Dhaka in a month, reports the Times of India.
The visit follows Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina trip to India from Apr 7 to 10 when both sides signed agreements to strengthen defence relations.
According to the report, the Indian Army chief will discuss the different steps being taken to build military-to-military ties during his visit to Bangladesh from April 27 to 30.
The two countries had inked signed 22 instruments, including a defence cooperation pact during
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's visit, with India also offering a new $500m line of credit to Bangladesh for military purchases like off-shore patrol vessels.
Two submarines from China were added to Bangladesh armada last November.
Earlier, he visited Dhaka from Mar 31 to Apr 2.
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