In recent years, and his life with Angelina Jolie have enough problems: the 43-year-old actress spent a lot of time and effort to finally negotiate with his former spouse 55-year-old brad pitt on joint child custody. However, after the ex-couple was again seen together in one of the office buildings in Los Angeles – and all this against the background of rumors about pitt’s affair with 43-year-old Charlize Theron!
But these twists and turns of his personal life, Jolie clearly has not forgotten about the needs of others. So, yesterday celebrity who is a UN envoy for refugees, flew to Bangladesh, where he visited a camp of Muslim Rohingya.
The actress has long been known for his charity work and solving their own problems, it seems, was again to help those who are in a difficult situation. The representatives of this nation fled from neighbouring Myanmar in August 2017 after the beginning of hostilities. Currently, the camp is home to about 730 000 people.
Dressed in a black head scarf, Jolie got acquainted with the situation on the border of two States, and also assessed the humanitarian situation – the flow of refugees stretched the resources of Bangladesh. Angelina, which was already visited by representatives of the persecuted Rohingya people in 2015 and in 2006 in India, also made a speech directly on the camp.
Thus, it became known that the UN is going to call for to raise funds for assisting refugees – organization suggests that we need about one billion dollars.
In the framework of his visit, Jolie plans to meet with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other senior government officials in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh.
Jolie will definitely be able to convey the deep crisis facing the Rohingya people, and we hope that the humanitarian community will pay attention to it,
the Commissioner said the local Commission for refugees and repatriation Abul Kalam.
Recall that a Hollywood celebrity has never been afraid to visit the most troubled and unstable regions of the world. So, with the UN missions she’d been in Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and other countries.