UNSC to act expedite implementation of Rohingya repatriation deal

News Desk::

Members of the UN Security Council delegation here on Monday assured all concerned of helping Bangladesh and Myanmar to expedite the implementation of the Rohingya reparation agreement signed between the two countries.

The delegation members said the Rohingya issue will remain their priority and they will explore ways and means to act in this regard once they return to New York.

Responding to a question, the delegation members said they do not see any resistance from any party and all the UNSC members are with Bangladesh.

They made the observation at a pre-departure press conference at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

The high-profile delegation arrived here on Saturday and met Rohingyas on Sunday in Cox’s Bazar district.

The delegation left for Myanmar capital shortly after the briefing.

They highly appreciated Bangladesh for its generosity saying Bangladesh opened its door and heart for the Rohingyas.

They also said the international community is standing beside Bangladesh over the Rohingya issue.


Peru’s Ambassador to the UN and delegation leader Gustavo Adolfo Meza Cuadra Velasqez, United Kingdom’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Karen Pierce and Permanent Representative of the State of Kuwait to the United Nations Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi spoke at the press conference.