Malaysia FM visits Rohingya camp


Sarwar Azam Manik, Cox's Bazar

Malaysia's Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said Rohingyas who have been taken to shelter in Cox's Bazar of Bangladesh, must return to Myanmar. But their rejection must be safe and voluntary. Rakhine will have to give them freedom to move freely. The importance of homosexuality is also to be confirmed. Human rights must be confirmed.
In this regard, the ASEAN countries continue diplomatic work on Myanmar. The countries of Asean countries are very concerned about the Rohingya crisis.
He said this while briefing reporters at the Jamtoli Mercy Malaysia Hospital on Sunday after visiting different Rohingya camps in Ukhia.
In response to one of the journalists' questions, he mentioned, we have a clear picture that the Rohingyas have been massacred in Myanmar. Ethnic elimination has been done. Rohingya Muslims have been victims of terrible torture. For that reason, more than one million Rohingyas crossed the border and were forced to take refuge in this Cox's Bazar region. Not only that, the same reason Myanmar's Rakhine displaced 150,000 Rohingyas, living their camps in their own country.
The Malaysian government applauded the government of Bangladesh for their immediate shelter. Malaysian Foreign Minister visited Malaysian Field Hospital in Ukhia this morning to see the Rohingya medical activities there. During this time he interacted with the doctors. After that he visited Rohingya camp No. 17 at Palanghali. Later on at Jamtoli Rohingya Camp visited the campus. Mercy also exchanged views with doctors, including doctors at hospital in Malaysia. Later, he distributed relief materials among Rohingya. Noteble that Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah came to Bangladesh on Saturday for a three-day visit.