The Rohingya camp was visited by Princess Mary Elizabeth Dolandson of Denmark. At the moment, the Rohingyas had been overjoyed to discover a Danish virgin. Upon arrival at Camp No. 5 in Ukhia on Tuesday (April 26) morning, senior authorities officers, together with Refugee Reduction and Repatriation Commissioner Shah Rezwan Hayat, welcomed the Danish princess.
Throughout this time, he oversaw the planting of bushes within the camp to stop erosion and shield the surroundings, initiated by the Danish Refugee Council. He then went to Camps 6 and seven and toured the Rohingya camps on foot and spoke to the Rohingya residents of Myanmar who had taken refuge in Bangladesh after being forcibly displaced.
Throughout this time, the princess planted saplings and talked to the beneficiary Rohingyas on the Rohingya Coordination Workplace. He then met the locals of Rajapalang space of Ukhia. Get to know the locals. Earlier on Monday afternoon, the Danish princess arrived in Cox’s Bazar on a three-day go to. He’s scheduled to fly to Satkhira from Cox’s Bazar by helicopter on Wednesday.