"India Should Influence Myanmar To...": Bangladeshs Appeal On Rohingya

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"India Should Influence Myanmar To...": Bangladeshs Appeal On Rohingya

Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.

Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbours.Guwahati: Displaced people from Myanmar are frustrated and vulnerable to becoming extremists, Bangladesh Foreign Minister said today, urging India to help push for early Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar. Bangladesh has today once again strongly reiterated that India should help by taking up the Rohingya refugees repatriation issue with Myanmar and at the United Nations to help Bangladesh which is sheltering about a million of them for almost half a decade now. The bilateral Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi slated to happen on May 30 has been postponed to next month after mutual consent, officials said. Talking exclusively to NDTV on the sidelines of a river conclave in Assam's Guwahati, the visiting Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh is apprehensive that many Rohingya youths might join extremist organisations and disrupt peace in the sub-continent so India should influence Myanmar to start repatriation of the Rohingyas. This has been Bangladesh's formal stand for some time and is expected to figure in the JCC meeting between the two neighbo



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