On Sunday afternoon, Gambia’s Foreign Minister and Special Envoy of the country’s President, Mamadou Tangara, while visiting Dhaka said that those involved in the Rohingya genocide in Rakhine must be brought to justice.
He said these things while he was addressing at the Bangabandhu Lecture Series at the Foreign Service Academy on Sunday.
He said that the Rohingyas will return to their country safety and dignity. For this purpose, his country is working together with the international community, OIC, United Nations and Bangladesh, giving special importance to the Rohingya issue.
Gambia’s foreign minister said that Gambia’s case against Myanmar on the Rohingya issue will not only serve to ensure justice, but will also serve as a vocal policy protest against genocide in any part of the world.
Appreciating the success of Bangladesh in dealing with the global situation, he expressed his interest in using Bangladesh’s experience in dealing with the impact of climate change and becoming a developing country.