20 September 2019

Bangladesh leader warns Rohingya crisis must be solved

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Bangladesh on Saturday sought cooperation from its international partners to repatriate the forcibly displaced Rohingya people to Myanmar with safety and dignity, the state-run Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha news agency report said. reports citing Turkish media.

“We seek a peaceful solution to the crisis and also signed instruments on their repatriation with Myanmar. [But] if it left unresolved, the crisis could destabilize the entire region,” the report quoted Bangladesh’s President M. Abdul Hamid as saying.

Hamid was addressing the 5th summit of Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA), an inter-governmental forum for enhancing cooperation to promote peace, security and stability in Asia, in the Tajik capital of Dushanbe.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has championed the oppressed Rohingya Muslims on countless international stages, was among participants at the gathering, along with 39 representatives of different countries and international organizations, including other presidents and prime ministers.

Tajikistan’s President Emomail Rahmon served as chair.

2019.06.16 / 16:19
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