Hillary-Mamata meeting continues for one hour

The Secretary of States of the United States of America Hillary Clinton met with the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee for almost an hour on Monday and discussed quite a few issues of the state.

Coming out the meeting, Mamata Banerjee seemed pleased and happily announced that the United States seems interested in investing in Bengal and the discussion carried out between the two have remained positive allowing margin for future correspondence. She said that Hillary also assured her that the long dispute of the water between Pakistan and West Bengal should be resolved for good now. The meeting was first ever of its nature – a US official meeting a state representative.

The exact contents of the meeting are not disclosed to the media or the public. Mrs. Clinton was reported to have arrived at the venue with her entire delegate, where they met the state chief minister and took some pictures for the press and the two headed inside for the meeting. Other higher officials from both sides who were present during the meeting session include Dean Thompson, Robery Blake, Nancy Powell, Samar Ghosh, Amit Mitra, Gautam Sanyal, and Basudev Banerjee. The meeting is reported to have crossed its scheduled time by 12 minutes.

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