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Rakhine Unrest Impacting Bangladesh Border : International dialogue in Dhaka by CBIF

Special Correspondent

The ongoing civil war in Myanmar’s Rakhine has spreading tension to the Bangladesh Border.

In such a situation, an international dialogue is being organized in Dhaka with the participation of analysts from different countries experts on the security issues and the impact of instability in Bangladesh  .

Cox’s Bazar International Forum (CBIF) in collaboration with Bangladesh Center for Indo-Pacific Affairs (BCIPA) organising this event at the capital’s EMK Center on Saturday (April 27) morning.

“Building Bridges for Harmony : Holistic Strategies for Social Cohesion, Peace, and Stability in Post-Civil War Arakan/Rakhine”, with this title in the dialogue experts from Bangladesh, USA, UK, Netherlands, Japan and Myanmar will participate as moderators and discussants.

Former Principal Staff Officer of Armed Forces Division Lieutenant General (Retd.) Mahfuzur Rahman, Former Ambassador and Defense Expert Major General (Retd.) Shahidul Haque, Former Election Commissioner Brigadier General (Retd.) Shakhawat Hossain, Executive Director of BCIPA Professor Shahab Enam Khan, Researcher and Writer Altaf Parvez and others from Bangladesh will attend the event.

From Myanmar Minister of Federal Union Affairs of the National Unity Government-NUG Dr. Lian Hmung Sakhong
Liang Mong Sakhong, Deputy Minister of Human Rights Aung Kyaw Mo, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Moe Zaw Oo, Spokesperson of NUG President’s Office Zaw Kyaw, former Member of Parliament U Shwe Maung, Chairman of Arakan Rohingya National Alliance Nurul Islam, and others will be the speakers.

Representatives from the United Nations, embassies of various countries, representatives of international media also will speak in the discussion.

In the dialogue, the locals of Cox’s Bazar will share their experience on the Bangladesh border situation, said Sujan Sharma, Joint Convener of CBIF.

Muhibul Muktadir Tanim, Joint Convenor of CBIF said, “CBIF works for a sustainable and inclusive future by including various communities of Cox’s Bazar to solve various problems. As part of the mentioned  ambition  this international dialogue is organized”.

Earlier, Cox’s Bazar International Forum organized a webinar titled “Navigating the Ripple Effect: Examining the Impact of the Rohingya Crisis on Host Communities and Charting Paths to Durable Solutions” in December last year.

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