Queen Rania Al Abdullah, queen of Jordan, is scheduled to come to Bangladesh on Monday.
The purpose of the queen’s visit is to see the condition of the Rohingyas for herself.
Queen Rania will go straight to Cox’s Bazar to visit the Rohingya refugee camps after landing at Dhaka.
The Queen will visit Rohingyas in her capacity as a board member of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and as an advocate of the work of UN humanitarian agencies.
On official on Friday said that her visit underscores the urgent need for a dramatic increase in humanitarian assistance for this vulnerable population.
According to the chalked schedule, Queen Rania will visit Kutupalong Refugee Camp and its surroundings in Cox’s Bazar, where she will meet women and children who have recently crossed the border from Myanmar and see some of the emergency services offered by the IRC, UNHCR, UNICEF, and other humanitarian agencies on the ground.
After her visit to the camps, she will end her tour with a press statement regarding the Rohingya crisis.
Since late August 25, more than 6 lakh Rohingyas, consisting of women and children in the majority, have arrived in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, marking the largest mass refugee movement in the region in decades and a major humanitarian emergency.