​India-Bhutan Relations: Bilateral Progress and Development

Bhutan and India share a multifaceted relationship characterized by strategic, economic, cultural, and environmental cooperation. This partnership, vital for regional stability, faces challenges such as China's influence and trade imbalances, while continuing to progress in various sectors.

India-Bhutan: Bilateral Progress

  • Diplomatic Relations: India and Bhutan established diplomatic relations in 1968, based on the 1949 Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation, revised in 2007. The King of Bhutan visited India multiple times, with significant visits in September 2022, April 2023, and November 2023. During these visits, key discussions and agreements were made to enhance the India-Bhutan partnership.
  • Developmental Partnership: Since Bhutan’s first Five ....
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