The Foreign Minister said that talks are going on with the country to send back BGP members who fled to Bangladesh. Hasan Mahmud. He said this in a briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday.
The foreign minister said diplomatic negotiations are underway to send back members of Myanmar’s border guards who have taken refuge in Bangladesh. And those injured are being treated at Cox’s Bazar hospital.
Hasan Mahmud said that 95 registered members have come so far. The border is secure. As a result, there is no opportunity to call the third party.
The foreign minister said that the strengthening of relations with the European Union in the Indo-Pacific region was discussed in Brussels.
After the letter from the US President Joe Biden, the foreign minister said that there is no more question about the relationship. He said that United States and Bangladesh will work together on economic and climate issues. After Biden’s letter, there are no more questions about the relationship.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden wrote to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressing his determination to work together to achieve Bangladesh’s economic goals. “America is committed to supporting Bangladesh’s ambitious economic goals and partnering with Bangladesh in our shared vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific region,” President Biden’s letter said.
In the letter, the US President said, “As the two countries begin the next chapter of the US-Bangladesh partnership, I would like to express my administration’s sincere desire to continue working on regional and global security, economic development, climate change and energy, global issues.”
In the letter, the US president added, ‘We have a long and successful history of working in health, humanitarian aid, particularly for Rohingya refugees, and more, and the strong bond between our peoples is the foundation of this relationship.’