Bangladesh and Japan share proposals to resolve Rohingya crisis

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GB news 24 desk//

Bangladesh and Japan on Tuesday shared specific proposals to find an early solution to Rohingya crisis ensuring their safe, voluntary and sustainable return to Myanmar.

The Japanese side also sought the safety of its nationals working in Bangladesh and a congenial environment for Japanese investors.

The issues came up for discussions at a bilateral meeting Bangladesh and Japan at state guesthouse Meghna in the capital.

Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali and his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono led their respective sides at the meeting.

The two ministers briefed the media after the meeting.

The Japanese Foreign Minister hoped that the situation relating to student protests will be handled and calmed down in a peaceful manner.

Both sides agreed on regional stability and said the safe and sustainable return of Rohingyas is the key to that — regional stability.

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