Bangladesh to work with Myanmar on Rohingya issues, says PM Sheikh Hasina


Bangladesh, which has more than 500,000 Muslim Rohingyas dwelling in its exile camps, has said it is anticipating working with Myanmar to locate a changeless answer for the issue. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheik Hasina said this in her location at the UN General Assembly “Leaders” Summit on Refugees’.

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In her location at the summit facilitated by US President Barack Obama, Hasina said she was ‘at that point in touch’ with Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Press Secretary to the PM Ihsanul Karim was cited as saying by bdnews.24. The two nations have an argument about Rohingya displaced people from Myanmar. Hasina told the summit that Bangladesh, with its restricted assets, has been facilitating the 500,000 displaced people for about three decades, which she said postures numerous social, financial and political difficulties for the nation.

She, be that as it may, said her legislature will continue putting resources into their security, wellbeing, training and abilities. Bangladesh arrangements to give personality archives to evacuees from the neighboring nation, Hasina said, adding it will help them to get administrations like wellbeing and training. Encouraging the universal group to stay connected with on the issue, Hasina said, “As a major aspect of our dedication to desert nobody, we should advance efficient, sheltered, normal and dependable versatility of individuals.”

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