New Delhi: To further intensify bilateral relations between the two countries, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday arrived in the national capital on a four-day visit to India.

As part of her first official engagement of the day, she will participate as chief guest in the India Economic Summit organised by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in New Delhi.

During the visit, the Bangladesh Prime Minister would call on President Ram Nath Kovind and would hold bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 5.

This would be Hasina's first visit to India since the completion of elections in Bangladesh and India, a press statement from the ministry of external affairs (MEA) said.

"Apart from a number of agreements that are to be exchanged between the sides during the visit, the two Prime Ministers will also jointly inaugurate three bilateral projects via video link," the statement read.

On September 27, Hasina and PM Modi met on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly in New York where the two leaders reiterated their zero-tolerance approach against terrorism and violent extremism. They also noted that strong ties in the security sector had built trust and confidence between the two countries.

During Hasina's visit to India, both countries are expected to review the Rohingya and Teesta river water sharing issues, apart from inking agreements in various sectors.

"Prime Minister Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi may definitely discuss different issues, including the Teesta as well as Rohingyas," The Dhaka Tribune quoted Bangladesh High Commissioner to India, Syed Muazzem Ali, as saying.

On the sidelines of the India Economic Forum meet, the two countries are likely to sign a number of MoUs in different areas, Muazzem said.

"It is so far confirmed that seven to eight MoUs are to be signed, mostly on connectivity, cultural and technical cooperation, and trade and investment after the bilateral meeting of the two prime ministers on October 5," he said.

However, the High Commissioner also stated that the number of MoUs could be as high as 10.

Muazzem further remarked that the Bangladesh Prime Minister would also seek more investments from major Indian investors.