The World Bank has guaranteed support to the Bangladesh government in dealing with the Rohingya emergency.
This announcement was made by the World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim amid a gathering with Finance Minister AMA Muhith at the Secretariat in Dhaka on Sunday.
Jim adulated Bangladeshi PM Sheik Hasina for her authority quality.
“This year, we gave a loaning to Bangladesh of over US$3 billion, which is the second biggest among the nations on the planet where we back. It is likewise a reasonable sign of the confidence that we have toward the path that the legislature and nation is heading,” The Dhaka Tribune cited the World Bank president as saying.
“We [the UN secretary general and Kim] are here to offer our thanks to the general population of Bangladesh and government for accepting such huge numbers of outcasts in a way that has been quiet and others conscious,” he said.
He additionally said they will visit the exile camps in Cox’s Bazar as they are greatly worried about the circumstance of the Rohingyas.
Rohingyas are a Muslim minority ethnic gathering in Myanmar and are considered as illicit workers.