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Recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital means fuelling unrest, says Prime Minister Hasina

Sun Online Desk     7th December, 2017 06:00:21 printer

Recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital means fuelling unrest, says Prime Minister Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said the decision of recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by US President Trump without any proposition of the United Nations will fuel unrest and anger among the Muslim community all over the world.

 

It should be mentioned here that head of Hamas Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh has already declared new intifada saying, the statement made by US President Donald Trump on recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and the transfer of the American embassy there from Tel Aviv "has put an end to the Oslo agreements and buried the Middle East peace process for good."

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's press briefing on her just-concluded visit to Cambodia ended at around 5:10 pm at the PM's official residence at Ganabhaban in the capital.

 

When asked what initiative she take to ensure all-party’s involvement in the next parliamentary election, Primr Minister Sheikh Hasina said, it is the duty of every political party to take part in parliamentary election. Government has nothing to do but creating a congenial atmosphere.

 

The briefing about the outcome of her visit to Cambodia began at 4:00pm on Thursday.

 

The Prime Minister visited Cambodia on December 3-5, 2017 at the invitation of her Cambodian counterpart Hun Se.

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