India and Bangladesh Set to Seal Historic Territory Exchange

Bangladesh and India are set to sign a historic agreement to simplify their border by exchanging more than 150 enclaves of land.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will ratify the deal with his counterpart Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka.
Thousands of Bangladeshis inhabit more than 50 enclaves in India, while Indians live in around 100 areas within Bangladesh.
The simple compromise will see the nations swap territories, but not residents.
Following the deal, citizens will be able to choose where they want to live and which nationality they would prefer.