EU Calls for India’s Duty Towards Rohingyas as Neighbours

“As a neighbour, India stands first to respond,” EU President Donald Franciszek Tusk said.

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India and European Council President Donald Franciszek Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to strengthen ties in key areas of trade and security after their 14th summit which was held on Friday.

In the summit, PM Modi and the top EU leadership deliberated extensively on bilateral, regional and international issues.

The two sides also inked three pacts, including one on an international solar alliance, after the summit.

Donald Franciszek Tusk, the European Council President referred to the Rohingya refugee crisis and called for India, as a neighbour, to bear responsibilities towards the same.

We addressed the situation in Myanmar, and the Rohingya refugee crisis. We call for the implementation of the recommendation of International Rakhine Advisory Commission to tackle the root causes of this crisis. As a neighbour, India stands first to respond.
Donald Franciszek Tusk, President of European Council

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