"After the new government in India, an impression has been conveyed that there will be continuity in policies. Some issues need to be discussed bilaterally, which also include energy cooperation", Bangladesh Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith said at a Bengal Chamber event held here on Saturday evening.

Not only with India, talks were also likely to be held with Nepal and Bhutan on the same issue, he said.

Besides energy cooperation, bilateral discussions are also expected on the use of waterways and land routes for extensive use.

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