Erdoğan said he would bring up the issue at the next UN general assembly in New York later this month, adding that he had already talked to the UN secretary general, Antonio Guterres, as well as other Muslim leaders.
According to the state-run Anadolu news agency, the Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Bangladeshi authorities to “open your doors”, adding Turkey would cover the costs associated with letting in more Rohingya.
Bangladesh already hosts 400,000 Rohingya and has said it does not want more.
“We have called upon the Organization of Islamic Cooperation,” Cavusoglu said. “We will organise a summit this year [on the issue] … we have to find a definitive solution to this problem.”
latest statement by both leaders
IRAN & TURKEY TO ATTACK BURMA !!
Presidents of Iran Hussain Ruhani and Turkey Tayyab #Erdogan Said “If the United Nations will be silent now we will #Break all Barricades or Borders and we can #Enter in Burma our Army is ready to save our Muslim Brothers and Sisters and we cannot wait much if UNO will not take any action !!
MASHAALLAH now you can see that what we can do if we all are united ..Turkey does not have even atom bomb but they have the guts to deal with the world… Salute to turkey and Iran for taking this bold step