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 The Netherlands has expressed its firm determination to help ensure justice and accountability for the atrocities committed against Rohingyas by the Myanmar authorities, reports Dhaka Tribune.
 Foreign Minister of the Netherlands Stef Blok in a letter to his Bangladesh counterpart Dr AK Abdul Momen conveyed it saying they will help to ensure justice through the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, reports UNB.
 Dutch Ambassador to Bangladesh Harry Verweij on Sunday met Foreign Minister Dr Momen st State guesthouse Padma and handed over the letter, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday.
 At the meeting, the envoy mentioned that in a joint statement in September 2, the Netherlands and Canada had expressed their all-out support with respect to the genocide case filled by the Gambia.
It was also informed that the Netherlands and Canada would file a separate joint application with the ICJ.
“Canada and the Kingdom of the Netherlands reiterate their call to all states parties to the Genocide Convention to support The Gambia in its efforts to address these violations,” the two countries said in a joint statement.