MNA Exclusive Desk: Sheikh Hasina and Turkish premier Binali Yildirm on Tuesday agreed to continue to work together for socio-economic development and issues of mutual concerns like Rohingya crisis.
The two PMs iterated their commitment to work closely and support each other on bilateral and international matters and issues of mutual concern including the Rohingya crisis.
The two premiers made the commitments issuing separate statements after their official talks at Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
Sheikh Hasina was aided by foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali, industries minister Amir Hossain Amu, commerce minister Tofail Ahmed, education minister Nurul Islam Nahid, home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal during the talks.
Turkish deputy prime minister and co-chair of Turkey-Bangladesh Joint Economic Commission Bekir BOZAG and Turkish ambassador in Bangladesh Devrim
Sheikh Hasina in her statement expressed the hope that Turkey would remain beside Bangladesh in course of its journey towards development while she thanked Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his continuous support towards Bangladesh particularly in addressing the Rohingyas issue.
The Turkish PM in his statement pointed out Ankara’s strong ties and brotherly relations with Bangladesh and said Turkey did not forget Bangladesh’s support for its democracy and government.