Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed confidence that Dhaka would be able to resolve the Rohingya crisis by mounting international pressure on Myanmar and through dialogue.
The Rohingya crisis has become a concern for the international community because of Bangladesh’s efforts, Sheikh Hasina said.
The premier made the comments while addressing the nation in a brief speech after landing in Dhaka airport following her trip to United Nations General Assembly.
The ruling Awami League president said talks on how to resolve the crisis began at different parts of the world. Myanmar has started negotiation, she said.
Sheikh Hasina, also the president of AL, was accorded the reception by her party for giving shelter to more than half a million Rohingyas and for drawing attention of the global community through her speech at the United Nations General Assembly recently.
Leaders, activists and supporters of the ruling party and its affiliate organisations, along with people from various quarters of life, accorded her with a warm reception.