Dhaka, Nov 11 (UNI)Bangladesh today hoped for an early resolution of the current problems in Pakistan as Dhaka said stability in Islamabad was important for peace and welfare of South Asia and the world.
"We're monitoring the developments. It is still a fluid situation. We truly hope that it does not get unstable," Foreign Advisor Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury told reporters.
He said "our natural aspiration is that the problems would be resolved soon. It would be good bilaterally, regional by and globally." he Advisor said Pakistan was an important nuclear power.
Besides, it had strong conventional force and it was important that problems there were resolved.
Chowdhury, however, termed the current problems as internal matter of Pakistan, saying that the people of Pakistan were in charge of deciding their own destiny.
In reply to a question, he said there was a difference between the state of emergency in Bangladesh and Pakistan. He said the state of emergency had been imposed in Bangladesh under the constitutional provision.
On January 11, Bangladesh President Iajuddin Ahmed promulgated the state of emergency to cool down political violence between two major parties over an abortive general election.