The Myanmar government has called for maintaining democracy and maintaining peace and stability in the country after Myanmar’s military arrested elected leaders and took control of the country. At the same time, Bangladesh hopes that the process of repatriation of Rohingyas who have taken refuge in Bangladesh will continue.
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A statement from Bangladesh’s foreign ministry on Monday said, “Bangladesh strongly believes in the spirit of democracy and supports the democratic process. We hope that the democratic process and the constitutional system will be upheld in Myanmar as well. ‘ The military said in a statement that Myanmar had declared a state of emergency for one year and handed over power to the country’s armed forces, led by senior general Ming Aung Hlaing.
“As a close neighbor and friend, we want to see peace and stability in Myanmar,” said the Bangladeshi foreign ministry. We have been working with Myanmar to ensure the voluntary, safe, and sustainable repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh. We want that process to continue. ”In 2017, more than seven lakh Rohingyas took refuge in Bangladesh to save their lives in the face of Myanmar’s military repression. Despite international pressure, the Myanmar government signed an agreement with Bangladesh in late 2017 to take back the Rohingya, but the repatriation has not started yet.
Despite the military rule in Myanmar, the Rohingya repatriation talks will be a priority, said Foreign Minister. AK Abdul Momen. The foreign minister said this while addressing the media on Monday.
In response to a question on the telephone. Momen said Myanmar was also under military rule in 1978 and 1992. Rohingyas were also repatriated during that period. Rohingya repatriation talks will be a priority even if the military ruler comes to Myanmar again. He said discussions are always with the government. Not with individuals. The same will happen in the case of Myanmar. He also said that he is keeping an eye on the situation in Myanmar. Momen.