"This place is the end of humanity"
Turkiye Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, who continued the contacts in Bangladesh, visited the camp where the Arakanese Muslims took shelter, said: "This place is the end of humanity. If you do not work now, when will you work for the humanity?"
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, visited Arakanese Muslims refugee camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar city.
Yıldırım, who distributing hot meal to refugees, made calls to the entire world to extend their helping hand to Arakanese Muslims.
He asserted that Ankara was in talks with Dhaka to improve the condition of Arakanese refugees and had requested Bangladeshi government to provide an area to build a permanent shelter for the refugees. "But the final solution is to ensure that they return to their homeland." "We wish that the deal between Bangladesh and Myanmar will be implemented properly," he added. "As Turkey, we want the international community to turn its eye to the Rohingya issue," said Yildirim and pledged that Turkey would continue its support to the Rohingya. "We will continue to highlight the Rohingya crisis at the international arena," he said. (ILKHA)