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The call to the United Nations to play a more effective role in ensuring healthcare services for the Rohingya and Palestinian people is an important one.

“The Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the United Nations and other international organizations to play a more effective role in ensuring healthcare services for the Rohingya community in Myanmar, who are victims of genocide, and for the Palestinian people affected by violence and aggression in Israel. She made the call while speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the international conference titled ‘ICP-30 Global Dialogue on Demographic Diversity and Sustainable Development’ held at the InterContinental Hotel in the capital on Wednesday (May 15).

Bangladesh, Bulgaria, and Japan jointly organized the event at the InterContinental Hotel in collaboration with UNFPA.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina mentioned about the severely oppressed Rohingya community forcibly displaced from Myanmar and the Palestinian people affected by genocide and aggression in Israel. Many women and children in Palestine are currently deprived of necessary medical treatment and healthcare services. They are struggling with life and death every day.

The Prime Minister expressed hope that the United Nations and other international organizations will play a more effective role in ensuring necessary healthcare services, especially for women and children.

Sheikh Hasina also emphasized the urgent need to pay attention to the oppressed and marginalized communities affected by conflicts and politics.

Addressing the issue of climate-displaced people, the Prime Minister called for stronger global cooperation. She highlighted the need for enhanced global cooperation to ensure the safety and security, especially of mothers, children, and elderly people, from health risks and other health hazards resulting from climate change.

In discussions, nearly two hundred representatives from local and national governments, academia, think tanks, technical experts, civil society organizations, and representatives from private sectors will exchange views on investment in health, education, housing, or infrastructure, and exchange perspectives on population change.”

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