UN Security issues presidential statement on Myanmar 10 years later

Aman Ullah is with Ro Nay San Lwin and 93 others. November 7, 2017 ·  United Nations Security Council issues presidential statement on Myanmar after 10 years By Aman Ullah The UN Security Council has issued a presidential statement on Myanmar complimenting and criticising the country over its stance on the Rohingya crisis and it also gave the government a month to “get its act together”. The 1,300- word statement was read out by the sitting President of UNSC Sebastiano Cardi, the Ambassador of Italy, at a formal UNSC session on Monday ( November 6, 2017) . The council expressed “grave concern” over human rights […]

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Sustainable Solution to the Rohingya crisis

The Only Sustainable Solution to the Rohingya crisis By Aman Ullah Since August 25, more than 613,000 Rohingyas have entered Bangladesh fleeing persecution in Myanmar, making Bangladesh the fourth largest host country for refugees. For a country with such a large population of its own, this has been a major burden, one, which the international community is yet to fully realize, or at least that is how it seems. It is estimated by a leading think tank that Bangladesh would need Tk 7,126 crore to provide food, shelter and other support to the Rohingyas until June next year. And that is […]

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