bangladesh and japan on tuesday shared unique proposals to find an early approach to rohingya disaster ensuring their secure, voluntary and sustainable return to myanmar.
the japanese side also sought the protection of its nationals working in bangladesh and a congenial surroundings for japanese buyers.
the problems came up for discussions at a bilateral meeting bangladesh and japan at nation guesthouse meghna within the capital.
overseas minister ah mahmood ali and his eastern counterpart taro kono led their respective sides on the assembly.
the two ministers briefed the media after the meeting.
the japanese overseas minister was hoping that the scenario relating to pupil protests might be handled and calmed down in a non violent way.
each facets agreed on regional stability and stated the safe and sustainable go back of rohingyas is the key to that -- local balance.