The much-talked-about Rohingya issue will not be solved easily, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said today.
“I have directed to conduct a study on the Rohingyas which will try to find out the impacts of Rohingyas on our country’s social, economic and security system,” said the minister while talking to the journalists at his office in Dhaka.
Urging the international community to step forward for a logical solution to the crisis, he said, “The international community has also responsibilities to solve the crisis. If Rohingya crisis is continued, interest of everybody including India and China will be hampered.”
India and Russia are much positive over the Rohingya issue right now, the minister informed.
About the resistance from several countries including China over the issue, he said that there is nothing permanent in international politics.
Foreign Minister to visit India soon
New Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen will make his first official visit to India soon.
He will be visiting the country at the invitation of his Indian counterpart External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.
But no date has yet been scheduled for the visit.
“India is our neighbour. We have warm relations. They invited me,” Momen said.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first leader to congratulate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after her party Awami League won the December 30 parliamentary elections in a landslide victory.
Earlier, External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj also sent congratulatory message to her new counterpart in Bangladesh AK Abdul Momen.