In Bangladesh in the refugee camp of Myanmar opened the school named after Akhmad Kadyrov

In Bangladesh in the refugee camp of Myanmar opened the school named after Akhmad Kadyrov

GROZNY, January 2. /TASS/. The school is named after the first President of the Chechen Republic Akhmad Kadyrov opened one of the largest refugee camps located on the border with Myanmar Bangladesh territory. About it reports a press-service of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.


“We never for one minute did not stop charity work in the refugee camps in the border area of Bangladesh with Myanmar. And now a new happy event. In one of the largest camps, where 85 thousand people, was held the opening of the school named after the first President of Chechnya hero of Russia Akhmad-Khadzhi Kadyrov”, — quotes the press-service of the word politics.

The head of the region noted that at present, the school has started training 348 orphans. He stressed that the number of students will be increased to 1 thousand students.

According to Kadyrov, at the initial stage, children will learn to read and write.

“This is extremely important when you consider that most of them do not have the opportunity to learn, they also learn to read the Holy Quran. I am grateful for funding such a good cause dear mother, the President of Regional public Fund named after hero of Russia Akhmat-Hajji Kadyrov Ayman Nevine and dear brother Ziyad Sabsabi (the representative of the head of Chechnya in the Middle East and North Africa — approx. TASS), decided organizational issues”, — the politician wrote.

He also added that all students will provide two meals and school uniforms.

According to the UN, the number of representatives of ethnic Rohingya fleeing from Myanmar to Bangladesh following the violence in Rakhine state has reached 650 thousand people. The situation in Rakhine state, where Rohingya densely populated, escalated on 25 August when the militants of the movement “the Arakan Rohingya salvation army” attacked the 30 strong points of the police. Three days later, the Minister of foreign Affairs, state Advisor and de facto leader of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi issued a statement in which he called the militant Rohingya “Bengali terrorists”. After that, security forces of the Republic began in the region of a military operation.

The Myanmar authorities consider the Rohingya illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and does not recognize their right to citizenship, despite the fact that many representatives of this nation for many years, living in the country. In Rakhine broke out repeatedly the religious conflicts that led to clashes between Muslims and local Buddhists. Victims of violence in recent years thousands of people became.