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Daily News     Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Modi is positive about Bangladesh: Shirin

The discussions between the two went on for nearly half an hour with India's new External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj present and occasionally participating.

The meeting was described as 'courtesy call' but bilateral issues were discussed.

Shirin Sharmin was the last on the list of Modi's bilaterals -- perhaps because she was the only one who was not head of government and was only representing her prime minister.

"We discussed the whole range of bilateral issues," Shirin Sharmin said after the meeting. "He (Modi) appeared positive."

"Mr Modi assured me of very active consideration of all outstanding bilateral issues like Teesta water- sharing and the Land Boundary Agreement. He is keen to sort them out," Shirin told journalists after the meeting.

Shirin handed over a letter from Sheikh Hasina, who is away in Tokyo on a pre-scheduled visit, to the Indian prime minister, which promises to 'work together to take bilateral relations to a new high'.

The letter also invites Narendra Modi to visit Dhaka at the earliest possible.

Later, Indian Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh told a media briefing that Modi also invited Hasina through Shirin Sharmin to visit Delhi as early as possible.

Singh said Modi is keen to carry forward the 'the entire gamut of bilateral relations marked by much cooperation' in areas from security to trade and from power to connectivity.

"The outstanding issues will be sorted out," she quoted the Prime Minister as saying. "We have a shared history."

Modi also listed Bangladesh's success in areas like micro-finance and poverty alleviation and said South Asian nations should adopt each other's best practices, said Singh.

Other heads of governments of SAARC countries and Mauritius, who had come to Delhi to attend the swearing-in ceremony of the new Indian cabinet, also met Modi for bilateral discussions.

That included one with Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who said he had an "excellent" meeting with Modi.

"I had an excellent meeting", Sharif told CNN-IBN television. "We are positive. (I look) forward to a positive outcome."

Sharif also wished the Modi government "all the best".

Bangladesh diplomats in the Indian capital said the Speaker stressed on the importance of the Teesta water-sharing treaty that Modi's predecessor Manmohan Singh wanted to sign but could not because of stiff opposition from West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

She also brought the Land Boundary Agreement already signed between the two countries but which is yet to be formalised.

Indian Ministry of External Affairs sources say that will not be easy for Modi either.

But BJP sources say the new prime minister appears keen to go ahead, by possibly placating Banerjee with a special financial package to revive her state's cash-strapped economy and by getting Sikkim state government to release enough waters on the Teesta's upper reaches for Bengal and Bangladesh.

India is quite keen to take forward the regional power grid to allow Bangladesh draw power from Indian states and also buy power from Nepal and Bhutan through transmission lines in India.

"That solves Bangladesh's power needs and cuts down its dependence on rental power plants which produce expensive power," said a senior MEA official.

Both India and Bangladesh are keen to develop all round connectivity and Modi is very keen on that.

Hasina will be made to answer, says Khaleda

The BNP chief sounded the warning while addressing the relatives of two missing party leaders of Comilla at her Gulshan office on Tuesday night.

“Those who have carried out forced disappearances and killings in the country will be brought to justice someday. No matter how powerful, they will have to answer.

“Even Hasina will not be spared. She will have to cry one day,” Khaleda said.

Families of former BNP MP of Comilla’s Laksam constituency Saiful Islam Hiru and Laksam municipal BNP presidentHumayun Kabir saw Khaleda.

Thefamilies claim RAB whisked the two leaders away on Nov 17 last year.

They have been unaccounted-for since and the relatives have sued RAB.

The BNP alleges more than 300 leaders and activists of the party have either been murdered orforced to disappear in the past one year.

It further claims the Hasina government ‘used’ RAB to perpetrate these crimes and has called for disbanding the elite police unit.

Khaleda referred to the alleged ties of RAB officers to the seven murders in Narayanganj and said, “The three RAB officers involved with the crimes should have been court-martialled.

“But the government did not do that. They were not even discharged, only forcibly retired. That’s because one of those men, Tarek Sayeed, is the relative of a minister,” she said.

Former RAB-11 commander Tarek Sayeed Mohammad, charged in the seven murders, has also been accused in Hiru and Humayun’s abduction cases.

Khaleda explained why she wanted RAB, which was formed by her government, to be disbanded.

“We formed RAB to tackle crime and terrorism. Now they are being used as a political tool.”

“The law says to catch criminals and turn them over for justice. But RAB is catching opposition activists and murdering them. This institution is a terror for the public,” she said.

Hiru’s and Humayun’s family broke down in tears while speaking to Khaleda.

“How many more people will be killed? How many families will we console?” Khaleda said.

“I am always by your side. One day justice will be done. Have patience and pray to Allah,” she told the families.

The BNP chief said the present government was ‘illegal’ and her party would soon launch a movement to unseat the government and bring peace to the country.

Senior BNP leaders including acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir were present with the chairperson.

Dhaka, Tokyo forge new partnership

The new “comprehensive partnership” was launched during a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Monday.

Hasina is currently in Japan on her first bilateral visit to any country after assuming office in January for the second successive term.

The two prime ministers launched the “Japan-Bangladesh comprehensive partnership”, which had been discussed during the Japanese foreign minister’s Dhaka visit in March, the statement issued after the talks said.

They decided to detail the modalities “at the earliest”.

Japan, which recognised Bangladesh soon after independence, is the country's biggest bilateral development partner.

So far, it has provided $ 11 billion as assistance, mostly by way of grants.

During Monday's meeting, Abe pledged to provide nearly $ 6 billion in additional assistance for the next four to five years starting this year.

Both the heads of government affirmed their commitment to further strengthen bilateral cooperation “by elevating the friendly relationship to a new partnership”.

They looked forward to working closely to attain global peace and stability.

They agreed that they would strengthen policy dialogue so as to deepen cooperation in an evolving global security environment.

The two countries also endorsed the launch of the bilateral Foreign-Secretary-level dialogue and hoped to deepen bilateral policy dialogue and cooperation.

Hasina welcomed Japan’s increasing efforts to contribute actively to securing regional and global peace, stability and prosperity.

She expressed her support and appreciation for Japan’s policy of “Proactive Contribution to Peace” based on the principle of international cooperation.

Prime Minister Abe conveyed his deep appreciation for the expression of support.

Abe apprised Hasina of the situation in the South China Sea on which China and Japan are at loggerheads.

Hasina and Abe underscored the importance of freedom of navigation and shared the view that international disputes and issues should be resolved peacefully.

They also stressed that all concerned countries should abide by international law and globally agreed norms and practices.

The two prime ministers also underscored the importance of the freedom of over-flight over the high seas and civil aviation safety, in accordance with the principles of international law and the relevant standards and recommended practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

They affirmed the importance of integrated approaches to protection, promotion and development of marine natural resources and all marine sectors in the adjoining oceans and seas, in accordance with international law.

The two shared the intention to deepen cooperation on creating sustainable employment for the benefit of the peoples from the perspectives of ocean-based economy, including through sustainable fisheries and exploration and development of marine resources, renewable energy, oceanographic research, shipping and tourism.

Hasina invited Japan at the Expert Group Meeting on Blue Economy scheduled in Dhaka this September.

Abe praised Bangladesh’s contribution to peacekeeping and peace-building efforts.

The two prime ministers affirmed that bilateral and multilateral cooperation in this field would further deepen.

Abe also expressed his eagerness to share Japan’s experience, and sending experts to establish a Peace Building Center in Bangladesh.

He offered assistance to strengthen cooperation, particularly in the field of peacekeeping and peace-building training.

They agreed on the need for early United Nations Security Council reforms to reflect contemporary geo-political realities.

Hasina reaffirmed Bangladesh’s support for Japan’s aspiration for permanent membership of the Security Council.

The two prime ministers shared the international community's concern over North Korea’s continued nuclear and missile development programmes, including ballistic missile launches in March this year.

They strongly urged North Korea to fully comply with its obligations under all the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions and its commitments under the 2005 Six-Party Talks Joint Statement.

Both leaders agreed on expanding economic cooperation in promoting mutual interest and regional prosperity.

Hasina said she looked forwards Japanese cooperation in specific projects such as the construction of the Ganges Barrage, multi-modal tunnel under river Jamuna, a dedicated Railway Bridge on the river Jamuna, multi-modal Dhaka Eastern Bypass, and the ecological restoration of four rivers around Dhaka.

She welcomedAbe's proposal of sending a mission to identify and discuss with the Bangladeshi side details of economic cooperation.

They agreed to closely collaborate and cooperate in project formulation and implementation.

Prime Minister Hasina sought Japan’s help in the field of nuclear safety and security.

In this regard, the two leaders decided to start a dialogue between experts on the peaceful and safe uses of nuclear energy in Bangladesh.

Hasina hoped Japan would consider cooperating with Bangladesh on a nuclear power plant project in future.

They two leaders also stressed collaboration in the medical sector.

They noted that an introduction of Japan’s high-level medical expertise would contribute greatly to the development of Bangladesh's medical and health sectors.

Abe and Hasina welcomed the initiative to dispatch medical inspection mission from Bangladesh to Japan this August.

They also welcomed the cooperation between medical professionals of both countries, such as a plan to build a hospital introducing Japanese medical technologies, and the establishment of an ultrasound training centre in Bangladesh.

 

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