Monday, Jul 16th
Last update09:03:19 PM GMT
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said Myanmar agrees on all issues during dialogues over the return of displaced Rohingyas, but it finally does not act.
She made the remarks when Kerry Kennedy, President of advocacy organization 'Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights', met her at her office in the city.
Prime Minister's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting.
"We're having dialogues with Myanmar. We always want a peaceful solution to any problem. We had foreign minister-level and officers-level talks with Myanmar. Unfortunately, they do agree on all things,...
Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday wrapped up his three-day official visit which both sides say further strengthened the ties between the two countries.
He wished a long-lasting friendship between Bangladesh and India and appreciated Bangladesh's hospitality during his stay here.
"After spending three days in Bangladesh, I'm heading back to New Delhi. I'm deeply touched by the warmth and hospitality of the people of Bangladesh. Bharat-Bangladesh Moitree Chirojeebi Hok," said Rajnath in a tweet as he left Dhaka for New Delhi at 1pm by a special aircraft.
Before the departur...
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