Geneva (Daily Pakistan Online) It has been said by the United Nations that in the year 2022, 100 million people will be displaced around the world, violence, human rights violations and other problems will also be faced.
According to the report of the United Nations Refugee Agency, this number was 90 million last year, which has increased to 10 million this year, due to the spread of violence in many parts of the world, including Ukraine, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Syria and Myanmar. went In Yemen alone, more than three to four million people were forced to migrate due to the clashes between the government and the rebels.
The report said that despite the dire situation in Yemen, this country has become a destination and a transit point for migrants from the countries of the Horn of Africa.
In July, Dominique Bartsch, the UNHCR representative in the Jordanian capital Amman, said that Jordan hosts 675,000 registered Syrian refugees, with most of them living in local communities in towns and villages, from Myanmar. 1 million people live in camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
In May, when more than a dozen migrants, including children, died on the coast of Myanmar, the Director of the United Nations Refugee Agency, Andrika Ratawate, said that this tragedy shows that the country now has a feeling of despair on behalf of the Rohingya.