It is my sincere honor to speak with you today as we commemorate six years since the start of the horrific genocide against Rohingya.

Let me start by thanking the organizing committee for arranging this important remembrance. By doing so, you have ensured that we take time to remember those lives lost and to galvanize our efforts to hold accountable those who perpetrated these crimes.

The abundance of speakers joining us today – from all over the world – makes clear how important it is to so many of us to take this time to reflect and to explore what more […]

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