World Bulletin / News Desk
The Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA) distributed food aid to 15 thousand Rohingya Muslims.
According to a statement released from TIKA, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu sent an expert group to make research in Bangladesh where Rohingya Muslims live after his visit to Myanmar on August 9.
Expert group headed to Bangladesh in order to examine the everyday lives of Rohingya Muslims and bring solutions to their problems.
In the statement they released that for the long term improvement projects group has been working on site and they said, "Also the humanitarian aid has been distributed. Total of 1880 boxes of food aid were handed out. Rice, salt, flour, lentils, cooking oil, sugar and some other basic foodstuffs were supplied to 15 thousand Rohingya Muslims."
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