‘Rohingya crisis turns into dangerous shape’
The visiting representative team of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) said that there is no magical solution to the Rohingya crisis. The 15-member representative team said this while speaking to the newsmen at Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar.
They said, ‘This is a dangerous crisis. So no magic can help to solve the crisis’.
Earlier the team went to the shelter center at the zero line of Tombru border area under Naikhyangchhari upazila of Bandarban district at 9 am on Sunday and was informed about the atrocities the Rohingyas experienced.
Aftermath they entered to briefing room and talked to the newsmen. At that time the Cox’s Bazar local administration and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) delivered different information on Rohingyas.
The UNSC representative team led by Peru’s Ambassador to the UN Gustavo Adolfo Meza Cuadra Velasqez landed at the Cox’s Bazar airport at around 4:15 pm on Saturday from Iraq on a Kuwait airlines flight.
Acting Secretary of foreign affairs ministry Rear Admiral Md. Khurshed Alam (rtd) received them at the airport. The representative team comprising representatives from five permanent member states of UN security council-USA, Russia, France, UK and China.
There are also permanent representatives from Bolivia, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Peru, Poland and Sweden and also deputy permanent representative from Ivory Coast.
The representative team will exchange views with government officials associated with Rohingya repatriation process in different camps and with officials of different local and international humanitarian agencies.
The team will make a courtesy call to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after returning to Dhaka. Then they will leave for Myanmar on a two day visit to discuss the Rohingya issue with Myanmar authority.