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 Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen came up with the remarks while briefing reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the 6th Bangladesh-India Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) meeting yesterday, reports UNB.
 Momen said Bangladesh has raised the concerns over increasing border killings. In response, the Indian side agreed to bring border killings to zero, reports The Daily Star.
 “We have a golden chapter of bilateral relationship, but one border killing can bring it down,” he said.
 FM Momen said that Bangladesh laid emphasis on early resolution of the Teesta water-sharing issue apart from resolving water sharing of other common rivers.
 Bangladesh conveyed deep concern over deaths along the Bangladesh and India international border, said the minister, adding that both sides discussed sustainable repatriation of Rohingyas to their place of origin in Rakhine State.
 Foreign Minister Momen led the Bangladesh side while Indian External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar the Indian team at the virtual meeting.