AK Abdul Momen : Killings on border sad for Bangladesh, shameful for India

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Dhaka, Nov 20 : Both governments of India and Bangladesh do not want people to die on the border, Bangla Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, adding that the “killings taking place despite talks at various levels” is “sad for Bangladesh and shameful for India”.

“The governments of India and Bangladesh do not want people to die on the border. The two governments have discussed and met at different levels. Despite all this, killings are taking place at the border. Which is sad for Bangladesh and shameful for India,” Momen told reporters after paying homage at Bangabandhu’s tomb at Tungipara in Gopalganj on Saturday.

He was representing the Sylhet Metropolitan Awami League at the ceremony.

On the Rohingya crisis, Momen said: “All the countries of the world have said in one voice that the Rohingyas should return to their country.

“The resolution has already been passed. That’s what we’ve been trying for so long. We believe this will put pressure on Myanmar to repatriate the Rohingya. Earlier, Myanmar had promised to take back the Rohingyas but they did not keep their word.”

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