Bangladesh Foreign Minister seeks India’s cooperation in lifting ban on RAB

Bangladesh has sought India’s cooperation in lifting the US sanctions on RAB, said Foreign Minister. AK Abdul Momen.

Bangladesh has sought India’s cooperation in lifting the US sanctions on RAB, said Foreign Minister. AK Abdul Momen. He said India would raise the issue with the United States. He said this while addressing journalists at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wednesday. Dr. Momen said India would raise the issue with the United States. With 4.5 million Indians living in the United States, they are very strong. They also told the government that it was just India calling us friends. Meanwhile, attending a seminar in the capital on Sunday, US Ambassador Peter de Haas said. There was no chance of lifting the ban on the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) without taking specific steps and ensuring accountability.

In this context, the journalists want to know from Momen, whether Bangladesh is taking any step in this regard? In response, he said, several steps have been taken. What they are saying is responsibility. This responsibility lies within the mechanism RAB. Some RAB officers have also been punished for wrongdoing. However, this message does not reach the United States properly. These need to reach them properly. Is the United States satisfied with the interpretation of Bangladesh? In response to such a question, the Foreign Minister said the United States may not be satisfied. With our interpretation yet, it will be in the future.

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