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April 2022

Episode: KPN 28-4-2022

Kaladan Radio April 28, 2022 238 4


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Denmark’s Crown Princess Mary visits Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visited a Rohingya refugee camp during her three-day trip to Bangladesh on Tuesday.

The 50-year-old was seen greeting the community at the Kutupalong camp – the largest refugee camp in the world – in Cox’s Bazar.

The princess inspected a programme, backed by the Danish Refugee Council, to prevent landslide and protect environment through tree plantation on Tuesday.

The princess met with the Rohingya people and host communities on camps number five, six, and eight at the district’s Ukhiya Upazila.

She also walked through the camps and visited the communities’ homes to talk to the Rohingya people about their lives.

She also talked to Bangladeshi residents of Ukhiya who have been affected by the settlement of the Myanmar refugees.

The princess met with the Rohingya people and host communities on camps number five, six, and eight at the district’s Ukhiya Upazila, walked through the camps and visited the communities’ homes to talk to the Rohingya people about their lives and talked to Bangladeshi residents of Ukhiya who have been affected by the settlement of the Myanmar refugees.

Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner Shah Rezwan Hayat welcomed Princess Mary to the camp No. 5 upon her arrival in the morning.

For the occasion, the royal wore a casual blue blouse, beige trousers and walking boots.

She teamed her look with a wide-rimmed hat to protect her face from the sun.

Princess Mary appeared in high spirits as she spoke to the community, and was also pictured gazing off a view point with a pair of binoculars.

On the first day of her three-day visit, the princess met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban in Dhaka on Monday.

She witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding on sustainable and green framework engagement to strengthen the two countries’ partnership on climate and green transition at a Dhaka hotel before starting for Cox’s Bazar.

She will travel to Satkhira on Wednesday to visit the Sundarbans and meet the people affected by climate change in the coastal areas.

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