“There is a debate about Momen’s words, his accuracy”


The Indian government has not commented on recent remarks by Bangladesh’s foreign minister, noting that there is debate over their accuracy.

“I understand that there is actually some debate about the accuracy of these reports (by the media),” Arindam Bagchi, official spokesman for India’s External Affairs Ministry, told reporters during a briefing. weekly press in New Delhi yesterday (August 25, 2022).

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He said the matter had also been clarified by the authorities in Bangladesh. “I have nothing to say on that (Minister Momen’s remarks).”

Earlier, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, “I did not say anything regarding the allegation against me. I said stability. I said stability in the global context where instability prevails”.

“So stability is the most important thing. We also want stability in this region. We don’t want instability. If we can do that, it will make sense in this golden chapter of our relationship,” he said. he told reporters explaining what he meant in Chattogram during a show last night.

On Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s proposed visit to India next month, Bagchi said he had nothing to say at the moment as high-level visits are being announced at the right time.


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