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UK senior State Minister visits Burmese refugee camps


Ukhiya,
Bangladesh:  Ms Baroness Sayeeda Hussain
Warsi, the Senior State Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the
United Kingdom (UK) visited Kutupalong official and makeshift refugee camps on
February 20, said Sayed Alam, a member of Refugee committee from makeshift
camp.

Ms
Baroness Sayeeda Hussain Warsi checking the computer centre of camp

Yesterday
at noon, British foreign Minister accompanied by UNHCR, Feroz Salah Uddin, the
Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioners (RRRC),Deputy Commissioner
Mohammad Ruhul Amin, Police Super Mohammad Azad Mia and other government
officials were present during the visited the both camps and observed the
situation of the camps.

During
the British foreign Minister’s visit, the refugees of Kutupalong official and
unofficial makeshift camps raised the different issues of their conditions that
they have been facing problems in the camps.

Ms
Baroness Sayeeda Hussain Warsi and group meeting with Refugees in camp

British
foreign Minister assured to review the issues of Rohingya diplomatic way with
the cooperation of International Community, said Zaker Hussain ,another refugee
committee member from official camp.


There
are about 18,000 refugees in Kutupalong official camp, and more than 60,000
refugees are living in unofficial Kutupalong camp.

However,
the British foreign Minister visited the computer center, refugee clinic, women
center, schools and ration distribution center of Kutupalong official camp,
according to officials.