Dr. Dipu Moni demanded that Pakistan acknowledge and unconditionally apologize for its crimes against humanity and the Bangladeshi people during 1971, and her (considerably hotter) Pakistani counterpart Hina Khar pretty much told her, and most of us not including RazPols and Bangalistanis, to simply let bygones be bygones and move forward!
Here's a great comment from the DS blog:
1. Pakistan must apologize for the atrocities done in Bangladesh in 1971.
2. Pakistan must put the 1971 perpetrators on trial.
3. Pakistan must compensate Bangladeshi victims of the atrocities in 1971.
4. Pakistan must repatriate all Biharis from Bangladesh.
5. Pakistan must give share of the wealth before 1971 plus interests to Bangladesh.
Only then, we can move forward.
: Truth Teller
Here's another one:
Pakistan's FM remark that we should move forward,is not only arrogant but demeaning.I fully endorse Truth Tellers list of what needs to be done before we can move forward,& PM's visit .We have nothing to lose.
: niloufar sarker
Here's the article:
PM to visit Pakistan to attend D-8 summit
Dhaka seeks Pak apology for 1971 genocide; Hina for moving ahead turning back to the past
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has decided to pay a three-day official visit to Pakistan to attend the D-8 summit in Islamabad scheduled for November 22.
Hasina goes to Pakistan against the background of her government asking Islamabad to settle all pending post-independence issues. Dhaka has demanded an unconditional apology from Islamabad for the genocide Pakistan carried out during the Liberation War in 1971.
I don't think she should visit that country before Pakistan acknowledges and unconditionally apologizes for its crimes. We'll talk reparations after that.