Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina UNGA Speech: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that the Rohingyas are having a serious impact on the country’s economy, environment, security and socio-political stability of the country. He urged the United Nations to play an effective role in this matter.

Addressing the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, PM Sheikh Hasina said, “The prolonged presence of Rohingyas in Bangladesh has seriously affected the economy, environment, security and socio-political stability.”

What did Sheikh Hasina say in the United Nations General Assembly?

PM Hasina said that there is widespread despair in the country because of the Rohingyas and cases of organized crimes including drug-human trafficking from across the border are increasing. “The situation could potentially encourage bigotry,” he said. If the problem continues, it could affect the security and stability of the region and beyond.

Recalling five years of mass exodus of Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh since 2017, Sheikh Hasina said that not a single Rohingya was deported to their ancestral home in Myanmar, despite their affiliations with Naypyidaw and the UN. The country’s ongoing political turmoil and arms conflict have made the repatriation of Rohingyas even more difficult. It is expected that the United Nations will play an effective role in this regard.

Hasina’s advice to the UN

Sheikh Hasina said, “We need to prove that the United Nations is the cornerstone of the multilateral system in times of crisis. Therefore, in order to gain the trust and confidence of the people at all levels, the United Nations must lead from the front and work to meet the expectations of all. Bangladesh believes that hostility like war, economic sanctions or retaliatory sanctions can never do any good to any country. The best way to resolve crises and disputes is through dialogue.

Made this request to the conscience of the world community

PM Hasina said, “My request to the conscience of the world community – stop the arms race, war and sanctions, ensure food and safety of children and build peace.” Sheikh Hasina said, “We believe That we cannot maintain peace without addressing the root causes of conflict.

PM Hasina said, “We cultivate an earth and we have a responsibility to leave it in better shape for the generations to come.” Let us tell that Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina said during her visit to India this month. That the Rohingya are a burden on Bangladesh and that the Indian government can help it deal with this problem.

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