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Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Netherlands, Sweden call for urgent UN assessment on safety of Rohingyas at Bhasan Char

The Daily Star

Star Online Report
December 08, 2020

Photo: Star
 
The Netherlands and Sweden have called for urgent need for a UN assessment on the safety, feasibility and sustainability of Bhasan Char as a place for refugees to live.

The call came after a visit by the two European ambassadors to Cox's Bazar where about a million Rohingyas are living in congested refugee camps.

At least 1642 Rohingyas were transferred to Bhashan Char on December 5 amid criticism from the UN and rights bodies who say the island in Hatiya of Noakhali is low-lying and isolated. UN said it was waiting for assessment by a technical team of the UN.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

4 countries seek safety of Rohingyas, host communities in Cox’s Bazar

The Daily Star
UNB, Dhaka
September 26, 2019


 Rohingyas from Myanmar wait to be let through by Bangladeshi border guards after crossing the border at Palongkhali of Cox's Bazar on October 16, 2017. File Photo: Reuters

Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland today said a "safe and secure" situation in the Rohingya camps and surrounding areas in Cox's Bazar must be upheld so that Rohingyas and host communities can feel safe and protected.

Heads of Mission of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, in a joint press statement, laid emphasis on joint efforts by the international community to ensure repatriation of Rohingyas in "voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable" manner.

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Sweden to pressurise Myanmar for Rohingya repatriation

Prothum Alo------ 
Mizanur Rahman Khan
Jul 04, 2019 
 
Imtiaz Ahmed, professor of international relations at Dhaka University, talks to Prothom Alo on various aspects of Bangladesh-India bilateral relations and the recent India election.


Prothom Alo: Did the election results in India surprise you?

Imtiaz Ahmed: Dynastic politics is Congress' biggest weakness. They could not form an opposition alliance. People could not rely on Rahul Gandhi. And BJP has widened its vote bank by using communalism. It is now a question as to how far India will survive as we know it. BJP was not supposed to win if we consider various issues including the rate of unemployment, 22 polluted cities out of 30 in the world, farmers’ hardship and demonetization. BJP has efficiently manipulated the election results. Earlier, Modi won the election by getting 36 per cent votes in two-third seats. I am waiting to find out what he has done this time. The rise of communalism is not only a concern for India, but for also its neighbours.

Sweden to pressurise Myanmar for Rohingya repatriation

NEWAGE
Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha
Dhaka | Published: Jul 04,2019

Sweden will continue its pressure on Myanmar to take back its nationals who have taken shelter in Bangladesh after being evicted from Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

Swedish ambassador to Bangladesh Charlotta Schlyter said this during a courtesy call on road transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader at his secretariat office in Dhaka on Wednesday. The Swedish ambassador also assured that Swedish government would continue its cooperation for repatriation of Rohingyas from Bangladesh.

Charlotta Schlyter invited Obaidul Quader to join the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety to be held in Stockholm in February next.

The Swedish ambassador expressed interest to supply Swedish bus to increase the capacity of mass transit facility in the capital Dhaka.