Singapore Foreign Minister Dr Vivian Balakrishnan on Thursday said his nation would raise the Rohingya issue at the 35th ASEAN Summit that will start in Bangkok on October 31.
The Singaporean pastor’s comments came as Bangladesh looks for economical return of Rohingyas to their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
The issue came up for dialog when an assignment from Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs headed by its executive M Faruk Khan approached the Foreign Minister of Singapore at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore.
They talked about different issues identified with Rohingya repatriation and ways for their initial come back to Myanmar who are incidentally protected in Bangladesh.
Faruk Khan was joined by other two parliament individuals Nurul Islam Nahid and Kazi Nabil Ahmed. Bangladesh High Commissioner in Singapore M Mustafizur Rahman was likewise present.
The Singapore Foreign Minister emphasized that his nation’s help on the issue will be kept, as per the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here.
He valued Bangladesh’s endeavors for giving most ideal helpful help in spite of various difficulties and imperatives of Bangladesh.
Faruk Khan clarified the explanations for the tremendous prevalence of the present government and shared the developing economy of Bangladesh and different improvement activities taken by the administration.
The individuals from the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs are currently in Singapore on a four-day visit, and they will leave Singapore on October 27.