Bangladesh has sought support from the global community to resolve the crisis along its border with Myanmar which emerged due to the fight between the Myanmar army and the Arakan Army in Rakhine state
Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen briefed the newspersons about the activities of the prime minister on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly
Because of the armed fighting between the two sides, people in the bordering areas in Bangladesh have been living in constant panic
Shahriar said they are giving utmost importance to keep the border secure and ensure no impact inside Bangladesh due to the situation in Rakhine
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Masud made the call as Derek Loh, non-resident high commissioner of Singapore to Bangladesh, met him at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The international community needs to have a comprehensive agenda on how the political autonomy of the Arakan region should be elevated while considering the group and citizenship rights of Rohingya ...
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