PM urges Muslim countries to resolve disputes through dialogue

Kalerkantho Online   

4 October, 2018 15:18 PM

PM urges Muslim countries to resolve disputes through dialogue


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today insisted that the Muslim countries should resolve their disputes through dialogue instead of fighting each other as the outgoing Iranian ambassador in Dhaka called on her at Ganobhaban.

“Any kind of dispute among the Muslim states particularly the OIC member countries should be settled through discussion,” PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim quoted her as saying as ambassador Dr.

Abbas Vaezi Dehnavi paid a farewell call on.

The premier also sought the Muslim countries mounting pressures on Myanmar for forcibly displaced Rohingyas repatriation alongside supports for easing their life in makeshift camps in Bangladesh alongside elaborating her government’s steps in managing the crisis.

She explained the government initiatives for their relocation to Bhashanchar island from their makeshift shelters in Cox’s Bazar for their better living and consistent efforts for their safe and dignified repatriation to in Myanmar’s Rakhaine state.

The envoy said Tehran also sought mounting pressure on Myanmar for the Rohingyas repatriation while his country simultaneously was raising a fund for them to ease their life in makeshift camps in Bangladesh.

Premier’s Principal Secretary Nojibur Rahman and Military Secretary Major General Miah Mohammad Zainul Abedin were present during the call on.