World Bulletin / News Desk
"Myanmar meeting" organized by Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in association with Qatar Charity is hosting 43 humanitarian aid organizations in Doha.
The meeting covers the charity works of humanitarian aid organizations to Myanmar and Turkey's efforts were appreciated in the meeting.
Atta Al-Mannan Bakhait, OIC Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs, assessed the goals of the meeting, Turkey's works in Arakan and shared them with AA.
Bahkait pulled attention to Turkey's humanitarian aid regarding Myanmar issue and said, "Especially the latest visit of Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has such importance. To see a minister there gave such power and morale to Arakan Muslims. They understood that they are not left alone and their Muslim brothers do something to help them."
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