prime minister sheikh hasina on sunday urged the global community to come up with precise effective steps to pressure myanmar to take lower back their over a million forcibly displaced nationals dwelling in bangladesh as in step with the agreements signed among the two nations.
"bangladesh and myanmar have inked bilateral agreements for the secure and permanent repatriation of the forcibly displaced myanmar nationals. to continue the strain on myanmar for enforcing the agreements, i urge the international community to take unique effective steps," she stated.
the prime minister said this whilst inaugurating the local hub of the islamic development financial institution (isdb) in dhaka at radisson inn. this isdb local hub will cowl 19 international locations like singapore, australia, thailand, india.
she said prophet hazrat muhammad (pbuh) had given an practise to face beside the oppressed people and isdb can't stay silent while the myanmar rohingya humans are facing ethnic cleansing. "so, to ensure the repatriation of the forcibly displaced rohingya, i request the isdb to firmly stand beside them."
the prime minister said bangladesh has been proactively responding to the extraordinary humanitarian disaster by way of retaining its border open and accepting the massive inflow of forcibly displaced myanmar nationals known as rohingya notwithstanding having multifarious negative impacts on the local community and the country’s surroundings and sources. "we’re giving refuge and food to the rohingays on humanitarian ground."
sheikh hasina cited bangladesh now needs them to move back to their own land.
finance minister ama muhith and financial relations division (erd) secretary kazi shofiqul azam additionally spoke at the occasion.