Solving the Rohingya crisis won't be a easy task, said Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen.
“Rohingya issue won’t get solved easily. It will require gruelling effort to get to the bottom of it,” Momen told the media on Monday (Jan 14) at his Secretariat office.
The minister also said that he has ordered a study to identify the impacts on our country’s social, economic and security framework.
He called on the international community to come forward for a ‘reasonable solution’ to the Rohingya crisis.
“Even the global community has a responsibility,” he said before adding that everyone’s, interest, including India and China, will be hurt if the crisis continues.
Momen said that India and Russia is very positive towards solving the crisis.
Responding to query on unfavourable stance of some countries including China, he said, “There is no permanent stance in global politics.”
Momen also informed the media that his first visit as the foreign minister will be to India as he received an invitation from the neighbouring country.