The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) adopted on Tuesday a resolution on the need to stop the persecution of representatives of the Rohinj people in Myanmar.
This item was placed on the agenda of the 137th Assembly of the IPU as an emergency by several countries – India, Morocco, Bangladesh, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Turkey, Kuwait and Iran.
The IPU document talks about the need to stop the “acute global humanitarian and humanitarian crisis” that is associated with persecution and violence against Rohingja. The resolution emphasizes that Rohinj must “unconditionally and unhinderedly” return to their homeland in Myanmar.
As the chairman of the assembly of the Ministry of Railways, Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko, the resolution was adopted on the basis of consensus.