The documents were signed on Saturday
Bangladesh and India have signed seven bilateral documents, to take the relations between the two countries to the next trajectory.
The documents were signed on Saturday after a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House, reports UNB.
The two leaders witnessed the signing and exchange of the documents. Six of them are new, while another is a renewal.
Earlier, the two leaders held a conversation just before the meeting.
Hasina and Modi also jointly inaugurated three bilateral development projects.
The bilateral meeting will be followed by lunch at Hyderabad House.