Yao Wen, the country’s ambassador in Dhaka, said that China will stand by if Bangladesh reserves are in crisis. In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this Sunday morning, Foreign Minister Dr. The Chinese ambassador said this after the meeting with Hasan Mahmud.
The Chinese ambassador said that China will be with Bangladesh on a priority basis if there is a big crisis with the reserves.
China’s ambassador said Beijing is working for a ceasefire in Myanmar’s Rakhine. He said, China expects Dhaka-Yangon to continue working for Rohingya repatriation.
Chinese ambassador Yao Wen said that China is committed to the implementation of the Teesta development project. He said, the work will start only after receiving the consent of Bangladesh.
Yao Wen said that China is mediating the ceasefire in Rakhine. Even if there is a crisis at the moment, we should have confidence that the repatriation of Rohingya will start through the tripartite agreement between China, Bangladesh and Myanmar. Myanmar has already agreed to a ceasefire in three parts of the country mediated by China.
Besides the Chinese ambassador, UN Resident Coordinator Gwen Lewis and Nepalese Ambassador Ghanshyam Bhandari met the Foreign Minister. Earlier, ambassadors of India, United States, European Union, France and Germany paid a courtesy call on the foreign minister.