Foreign officials from India and Bangladesh are edging closer to finalizing a extradition treaty between the two countries which will allow authorities to deport or bring in criminals without any complications or more red tape. Both officials will be exchanging each of their own drafts and moving towards editing or proposing changes.
Besides extradition, work between India and Bangladesh involve establishing more concrete land boundaries and more efficiency in border management.
There is a high rate of illegal movement across the border.
Among the crimes are human trafficking, the smuggling of drugs and illegal immigration.
The talks have briefly touched upon the concerning past actions and potential damages future terrorist or extremist militants could inflict on either of the two countries.
The two countries were also involved in the 2 day Climate Summit For a Living Himalayas held in Bhutan’s capital city of Thimpu. Those talks involved Nepal and Bhutan concerning the cooperation and operations between the four countries on working on the environmental and energy issues facing them.