Organisation of Islamic Cooperation calls for international support to solve Rohingya Muslim Crisis
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, a grouping of Islamic countries, has called for international support in solving the Rohingya Muslims crisis.
In a joint statement issued on May 06 at the end of a two-day conference in Bangladesh, the organisation said it will continue to work with the United Nations and other global platforms to address Rohingya issue in Myanmar.
Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Mahmood Ali said that the delegates pledged solidarity with his country in the face of the huge Rohingya influx.
The delegates were also concerned about the humanitarian and security consequences of the influx.