The students from Myanmar troubled western Rakhine state will study communication, law, politics and human rights at Turkish universities, Anadolu Agency reported. He said that some of the Rohingya students are currently studying in the Turkish universities.
Cavusoglu assured the country’s support to Rohingya Muslims by providing them food and other facilities. “We will set up mobile health clinics in the refugee camps,” he said, ANI reported.
Due to violence in the Rakhine state, over half a million Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh. Many have died and many more have been displaced. Bangladesh is currently home to 5,07,000 Rohingya refugees.
Myanmar on Monday proposed to take back the Rohingyas sheltered in Bangladesh. However, it offered no specifics on it would take back such a massive refugee population. Bangladesh, however, proposed a bilateral agreement to facilitate the repatriation process.
“We are looking forward to a peaceful solution to the crisis,” said Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali.