Myanmar Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP) have held a Border Conference-2022 at the level of Regional Commander. The conference was held on Wednesday, June 1 in Maungdaw, Myanmar. Myanmar Border Guard Police at the conference A 15-member BGP delegation led by Police Brigadier General Htet Lwin, Commander of Maungdaw Commanding Office No. 1, attended the conference. On the other hand, a 16-member Bangladesh delegation led by Brigadier General Najm-Us-Sakib, Regional Commander, BGB Cox's Bazar Regional Headquarters, attended the conference. Others in the Bangladesh delegation are BGB Cox's Bazar Sector Commander Colonel Md. Azizur Rauf, DGFI Cox's Bazar Office Commander Colonel Hasnat Ahmed, BGB Teknaf Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Sheikh Khalid Mohammad Chowdhury, Minister. , Lt. Col. Md. Mohtasin Billah (Shakil), Lt. Col. Mohammad Nahid Hossain, Lt. Col. Tariq Kabir, Lt. Col. Md. Mehedi Hasan Kabir, Lt. Col. Sharif Ahmed, Lt. Col. Mohammad Alam Alam Lieutenant Col. Mohammad Alam. Cox's Bazar Regional Commander Brigadier General Nazam-us-Sakib held a press briefing at Teknaf Battalion 2 BGB press conference room on Wednesday night. He said that when the Bangladesh delegation reached Mandu, Myanmar, the Myanmar delegation gave a warm welcome and the head of the BGB delegation was given a guard of honor by the Myanmar Border Security Force (BGP). Bangladesh-Myanmar border security management, smuggling of various drugs including yaba, crystal meth (ice) from Myanmar illegally, prevention of illegal entry into Bangladesh from Myanmar, suppression of cross-border crime, terrorists in border areas, camps for criminals, removal of dwellings IED) Establishment, electrical connection of barbed wire fences in Myanmar, negligence, expeditious and facilitation of quick repatriation of Bangladeshi nationals detained after crossing the international border into Myanmar. Detailed and fruitful discussions have been held on joint integrated patrols and pillar inspections on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The conference also discussed the expeditious transfer of Bangladeshi nationals awaiting repatriation after their imprisonment in Myanmar and through this conference the BGB delegation brought back 4 Bangladeshi nationals awaiting repatriation after their imprisonment in Myanmar. They are residents of Jalia Para on Shahpari Island in Teknaf. At the conference, the heads of the two delegations expressed their determination to work together for the security of the people of the border and for maintaining peace and order on the border. After the conference, the BGB delegation returned to Bangladesh on Wednesday afternoon. Note that the last border conference was held on 19 October 2019.