Md. Tauhedul Islam Rafi : The United States, UK, European Union (EU) and the United Nations Refugee Organization (UNHCR) called for a virtual conference to raise hundreds of dollars worth of humanitarian aid fund for the
Rohingya community in Bangladesh. The organizer works with the UNHCR refugee and refugee situation among those four
countries, coalition and organizations. The rest of the country and the alliance have not yet accepted the brutal torture on the Rohingyas as ‘genocide’. Condemning the serious atrocities on the Rohingyas in Myanmar, they have taken some punishable initiatives, but it has not yet come out.
Apparently the Western countries are emphasizing more on humanitarian support for the Rohingya crisis than the major pressure on Myanmar. Donor conference is being held today as part of this. Western countries want to create long-term plans as humanitarian support to the Rohingyas, diplomatic sources say. But Bangladesh is emphasizing more on return than the long-term plan. It has been reported that in today’s virtual conference, around 50 countries will participate in Bangladesh and India. Foreign State Minister Md. will lead this conference in favor of Bangladesh. Shahriar Alam.
The organizers said they will urge the international community to fund dependent Rohingya, sheltering communities and internally displaced communities in Myanmar. In the latest phase of the newly started crisis in August 2017, they will call on different countries to increase the amount of support for the Rohingya, Sheltering communities and the displaced community within Myanmar over the previous three years at a virtual conference. This year, the United Nations has requested another 100 crore dollars for help to meet the humanitarian needs of the Rohingyas in Bangladesh. But so far this amount of support is less than half the demand. As a
result, there is a huge deficit in funding.
Funding is going worse due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The summit will be reported to be able to emphasize the sustainable solutions of the Rohingya crisis and the need for the voluntary, safe, respectable and permanent return of the dependent Rohingyas. As the world’s most liberal donor country we work as an international humanitarian support program and urge long-lasting partner in tackling this crisis, as well as new and promising donor country to fund everyone, including new and promising country.I am going to be an UK Foreign Minister Dominic Rab said, Rohingya people were forced to flee from their homes after being a victim of terrible brutality and unimaginable bad circumstances. We have taken various measures including banning these well planned violence and we will continue to blame them for this crime. The UK has been working since 2017 as one of the main donors to solve the humanitarian crisis of the Rohingya community. The whole world must awaken and unite to save lives by realizing their level of misery. Im going to be a Crisis Management European Commissioner Janen Lennarsic said,’ The Rohingyas have received continuously full support from the European Union during this crisis. Humanitarian support organizations responded to real solidarity for the local level and shelter communities to the Rohingyas. We are committed to moving forward with humanitarian and development activities and calling for more support for stability. ‘He said, Their combined efforts by the international community must be further strengthened to reach sustainable solutions by creating opportunities for voluntary, safe and respectable return for Rohingya refugees. I’m going to be a High Commissioner of UN Refugee Organization Philippo Grandy said expressing solidarity With the Rohingya community doesn’t just mean meeting their daily needs. Refugees like everyone else have the right to have a respectable life, a safe and stable future. I’m going to be a
High Commissioner of UN Refugee Organization Philippo Grandy said expressing solidarity With the Rohingya community doesn’t just mean meeting their daily needs. Refugees like everyone else have the right to have a respectable life, a safe and stable future. I’m going to be a concerned persons said that if Rohingya torture is accepted as genocide, action will be taken to prevent it. Though many of the Western countries have sympathy for the Rohingyas, many are still in the interest of taking strong action against Myanmar or to prevent ‘genocide’. Even after Myanmar or to prevent ‘genocide’. Even after the International Court of Justice (International Court of Justice, IcJ in short) ordered Myanmar to shut down ‘genocide’ last January, the UN Security Council has not taken any initiativei to implement the order. In such a context, 34 international private human rights agencies have urged other Western countries, including the United States to accept ‘genocide’ and take initiatives to prevent an