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Rohingya Crisis: EU for stepping up measures against Myanmar

LAHDF Director has Visited the Rohinga Camp in Cox`s Bazar

The European Union has reiterated its full support to resolve the Rohingya crisis, including speeding up restrictive measures against Myanmar. Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali yesterday had a bilateral meeting with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and European Commission Vice President Federica Mogherini in Brussels and discussed various issues of mutual interest, including the Rohingya issue. Mogherini renewed EU`s full support for early resolution of the crisis, including stepping up measures against Myanmar, a foreign ministry official told UNB. She expressed high admiration and appreciation for Bangladesh`s “generosity, patience, solidarity and humanity” in dealing with the Rohingya crisis. They also discussed SOPs (standard operating procedures) on return of irregular migrants and expressed satisfaction at the progress made in terms of its implementation. The high representative informed the Minister of the Council Conclusions on Myanmar, covering the situation of the Rohingya, adopted on February 26 by the EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs. The discussion also touched upon the EU-Bangladesh relations, including the political situation in Bangladesh. LHDF Director has Visited the Rohinga Camp in Cox`s Bazar and Observed the Crisis of Human Rights. Thousends and more NGO`s are Working for protect the Human Rights of Myanmar Citizen.




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