The royal court adviser, overseer of King Salman's Center for Aid and Humanitarian Affairs, Dr Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Rabia, attended a donor support conference for Rohini refugees held at the United Nations headquarters in New York yesterday. .
Dr Al-Rabia said in a conference speech: "Since 1978, the Rohingya minority has been subjected to systematic human rights violations that have caused the displacement and displacement of hundreds of thousands of them outside their borders. Outside Myanmar.
He added that despite efforts and international aid campaigns, the situation within Rohinja refugee camps in most foster care countries still needs strong international support at all levels and the world is behind the Bangladeshi government to counter the crisis and try to provide a decent life for more than one million. Refugees due to the severe lack of resources.
Al-Rabia praised the Kingdom's efforts to expand bridges to support and support communities and countries in need. Receiving over 250,000 of them over the past 40 years, it has provided them and their families with health care, free education and language opportunities of nearly $ 2 billion over the past five years, indicating that the center has undertaken projects for displaced persons from Rohina. In Myanmar, refugees in Bangladesh are in the form of emergency aid or development projects to provide decent living for refugees in camps.
He explained that the center worked with five partners during which it was able to carry out 20 projects in various fields and provide educational and educational services to children from Rohina refugees, emphasizing His Excellency the Kingdom's favor for its humanitarian and pioneering role and a commitment to humanitarian principles that do not differentiate between color, sex, religion or race. Its main concern is to alleviate human suffering in various countries around the world.
Dr Al-Rabia said: “ In confirmation of the announcement by Saudi Foreign Minister Dr Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz al-Asaf of the Kingdom's (10) $ 10 million contribution to support the Joint Response Plan for the Humanitarian the Rohingya crisis of 2019, we look forward to joining efforts and an effective response to support this plan that will enable the UN, international and local organizations to do more to alleviate this severe human suffering.
At the end of his speech, Dr. Al-Rabia called on the United Nations and the international community to make every effort to find a solution to this crisis and to enable this vulnerable minority to return safely and obtain full civil rights.
The conference was attended by Kuwait's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled al-Hamad al-Sabah, United Arab Emirates Secretary of State for International Cooperation Rem Bint Ibrahim al-Hashimi, Foreign Minister Ahmed al-Khashib Foreign Minister Ahmed al-Qashib Mr Muain, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi and UN Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Response, Mr Mark Lockock.