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Warships in Bay of Bengal

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A Bangladeshi warship takes part in a multi-national naval exercise

AFP –
YANGON (AFP) — Bangladeshi diplomats headed to Yangon on Wednesday to try and smooth tensions over gas exploration in disputed waters, as a Myanmar official …

B’desh, Myanmar warships stay positioned in Bay of Bengal
Press Trust of India, India –
Dhaka, Nov 5 (PTI) The naval ships from Bangladesh and Myanmar continued to be deployed in the Bay of Bengal today even as a flurry of diplomatic …

A three-member Bangladeshi team is in Burma to hold talks on a territorial dispute between the two nations in the Bay of Bengal. …

Bangladesh asks China for help in Myanmar sea row
Reuters India, India –
DHAKA, Nov 5 (Reuters) – Bangladesh asked China on Wednesday to help it resolve a row with Myanmar over oil and gas exploration in deep-sea blocks in …

Bangladesh briefs Chinese envoy on dispute with Myanmar
Monsters and Critics.com –
Dhaka – Dhaka on Wednesday explained to Beijing the reasons for the current tension in the Bay of Bengal over Myanmar’s gas exploration in disputed maritime …

Burma to continue gas exploration in Bay of Bengal: AP
Mizzima.com, India –
“We will not stop exploration activities, which are inside Myanmar [Burma] waters,” the official said. Instead he said Burma has officially lodged a …

Bangladesh, Burma to Hold Talks Over Territorial Dispute
Voice of America –
By VOA News Bangladesh’s foreign secretary, Toheid Hossain, is scheduled to travel to Burma Wednesday in a bid to defuse a dispute over oil- and gas-rich …

Bangladesh sends warship to Burma in gas row
guardian.co.uk, UK –
Bangladesh and Burma, two of the world’s poorest nations, have sent warships into the Bay of Bengal as tensions escalate over a vast but disputed gas find. …

Bangladesh steps up agression against Burma
Radio Australia, Australia –
Bangladesh says it has deployed another warship to the Bay of Bengal and will send a top diplomat to Burma amid escalating tensions over gas exploration in …

Dhaka delegation leaves for Myanmar

Bangladesh News 24 hours (subscription), Bangladesh –
“I will meet my Myanmar counterpart and other senior officials to convey that Dhaka wants immediate withdrawal of the vessels and infrastructures from the …

Naval standoff between Burma and Bangladesh
Open Democracy, UK –
Naval vessels from Bangladesh and Burma faced off after a row erupted over oil and gas exploration in the area. Bangladesh officials claim a Burmese …

Burma said it will continue gas exploration in Bay of Bengal …
Mizzima.com, India –
The official said, “We will not stop our exploration activities, which are inside Myanmar [Burma] waters.” Instead, the official said Burma has officially …

Political, student bodies condemn Myanmar
The Daily Star, Bangladesh –
Protesting Myanmar’s effort Bangladesh Chhatra Federation organised a rally on Dhaka University campus yesterday. They also burnt the effigy of M Tamim, …

Myanmar sends another warship
The Daily Star, Bangladesh –

Bangladesh Navy last evening asked ships of Myanmar to stop oil and gas exploration inside Bangladesh maritime territory as Bangladesh’s special envoy is to …

Protecting exclusive economic zone
The New Nation, Bangladesh –
BANGLADESH authorities have sharply reacted to Myanmar intruding into Bangladesh’s exclusive zone (EEZ) and sent a naval flotilla to restrain the intrusion. …

Myanmar mobilise warships in Bay of Bengal
Press Trust of India, India –
Dhaka, Nov 4 (PTI) Bangladesh and Myanmar have mobilised more warships in the Bay of Bengal even as diplomatic efforts are underway to resolve the row over …

Bangladesh-Burma (Myanmar) maritime boundary dispute escalates
Christian Science Monitor, MA –
By Huma Yusuf Naval ships from Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar) are facing off in the Bay of Bengal as a maritime boundary dispute between the two countries …


Written by Lwin Aung Soe

November 4, 2008 at 9:32 pm

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