"Our priority is repatriation. They (Rohingyas) must be repatriated. We want to make Rohingya repatriation a condition," he said, mentioning that much has been talked about democracy and the overall situation in Myanmar.
Bangladesh is hosting over 1.1 million Rohingyas in Cox's Bazar district and Bhasan Char.
No Rohingya was repatriated over the last four years amid the "absence of conducive environment" in Rakhine State and lack of confidence among the Rohingyas, officials said.
Abdul Momen said president of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Volkan Bozkir invited him during his recent visit to Bangladesh.
"There’ll be very good discussion. Many will join it," said the foreign minister.
UNGA president Bozkir, during his recent visit to Bangladesh, said the General Assembly has not forgotten about the Rohingya people.
"To the people I met, I’ll uphold my promise to share your stories back in New York," he tweeted after visiting Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar district.
The UNGA president said basic rights, including citizenship, and the creation of conditions conducive to the voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable return of all Rohingyas must be respected.
“The safety and security of the Rohingya and other minorities must be secured,” he said while delivering his keynote speech at the Sixth Lecture of the Bangabandhu Lecture Series at Foreign Service Academy.
Abdul Momen will attend another event ahead of the 5th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) where Bangladesh will highlight Bangladesh's issues related to its graduation to the developing nation.
The foreign minister left for the United States at 4:25am on Sunday by Qatar Airways flight, a senior official told UNB.
He will return home on 22 June.