India, Bangladesh determined to fight terrorism together: Sushma

India, Bangladesh determined to fight terrorism together: Sushma

India, Bangladesh determined to fight terrorism together: Sushma

EAM @SushmaSwaraj apprised PM #SheikhHasina of the productive discussions at the JCC and tangible progress made since her visit to India.

India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will meet Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka on Sunday. "We have urged that the situation be handled with restraint, keeping in mind the welfare of the population", Sushma Swaraj said earlier today.

Both countres also discussed the challenges of terrorism, radicalisation and extremism during the JCC meeting.

"We are determined to protect our societies from threat of ideologies of hate, violence and terror by adopting a zero tolerance policy and a comprehensive approach in fighting violent extremism and terrorism at all levels", she added. The United News of Bangladesh agency reported that Swaraj said, "Myanmar must take back their nationals ... this is a big burden for Bangladesh".

Swaraj is in Dhaka on a two-day visit.

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She did not use the word Rohingya to name those tens of thousands of ethnic minorities who faced "ethnic cleansing" in their homeland and took shelter in Bangladesh, instead she termed them as displaced persons from the Rakhine state.

According to the latest figures issued by the United Nations office in Bangladesh, over 600,000 refugees have entered the country since August 25 after the Myanmarese Army's crackdown on the minority Rohingya community following a series of attacks on security personnel in Rakhine.

Both the leaders reviewed various aspects of bilateral relations. "India wants the election election commission [of Bangladesh] will hold free and fair election so that all can participate", Mirza Fakhrul said. In the statement, she also said creating economic opportunity in the troubled Rakhine state could help resolve the situation.

Sushma arrived Dhaka on Sunday for the annual meeting of India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission between the two foreign ministers.

"We are confident that this credit will be invaluable to Bangladesh as it pursues its developmental priorities, especially in the areas of infrastructure development", Swaraj said.

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