Ukraine war has taken the world to a terrible place

The war in Ukraine has taken the present world to a terrible place. Every day 800 to 1000 people are losing their lives in this war. About half a crore innocent people have been displaced.

The war in Ukraine has taken the present world to a terrible place. Every day 800 to 1000 people are losing their lives in this war. About half a crore innocent people have been displaced.

These words were uttered by the speakers at the press conference of the Bangladesh Peace Council on Thursday at the Zahur Hossain Chowdhury Hall of the National Press Club.

The speakers said that the Ukraine war has disrupted the world economy and the world oil market. The clash of the dollar against the ruble and the ruble against the dollar has made the international currency market extremely unstable. As a result, many small countries in the world, including Bangladesh, have fallen into a huge financial crisis. Prices of essential commodities, including edible oil, have risen sharply in every country. As a result, the lives of ordinary people have been revived. There is no alternative to stop this war immediately. This war must be stopped through quick negotiations.

Ukraine war has taken the world to a terrible place

The speakers added that the May 11 shooting death of Al-Jazeera TV journalist Shirin Abu Akleh while on duty by Zionist Israeli forces shook the conscience of the whole world. Journalist Shirin was shot dead despite having ‘Press’ written on his chest. This is a gross violation of the Geneva Conventions. The assassination of journalist Shirin proves once again that the Zionist Israeli forces do not care about any international law, treaty or policy

Therefore, the Bangladesh Peace Council believes that the Israeli forces responsible for the killings must be brought to justice immediately. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has begun a trial for crimes against humanity committed by Israeli forces, including Shirin’s murder. The meeting demanded an immediate solution to the Rohingya problem.

President of Bangladesh Peace Council Mozaffar Hossain Paltu presided over the press conference. Advocate Hasan Tariq Chowdhury, Member of the Secretariat of Bangladesh Peace Council read out the written statement. General Secretary of the Peace Council Bir Muktijoddha Shahjahan Khan delivered the welcome speech. Also present on the occasion were Peace Council Presidium Member Professor Mahfuza Khanam, Former Minister Dilip Barua, Former MP Vir Muktijoddha Harun Aur Rashid, Ambassador Mumtaz Hossain, Dr. Shahadat Hossain, members of the editorial board Ismail Hossain, Ashraful Haque Jhantu, Jahangir Alam Fazlu, Minhaj Selim, Ragib Ahsan Munna, member Perth Sarathi Chakraborty, Abdullah Al Qafi, Mohiuddin Ahmed, Kamal Chowdhury and others.

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