Turkey launched a new aid campaign Monday for Rohingya Muslims who have sought refuge in neighboring Bangladesh amid new waves of violence in Myanmar.
"As the Turkish government, we do not approve the United Nations's approach to the crisis where UN officials set up meetings, releasing condemnations and extend the solution over a long period of time. We will not adopt such approach," Akdağ said.
Akdağ added that the humanitarian aid and services would be provided after agreements with the Bangladesh government.
Mehmet Güllüoğlu, head of the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD), said the number of Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh since August 25 has reached 300,000.
Güllüoğlu added that the camps set up by the UN were insufficient in accommodating such a large influx of refugees.
Last week, Turkey's first lady Emine Erdoğan and a delegation including Turkish politicians and heads of Turkish aid agencies arrived in Bangladesh to visit a refugee camp hosting Rohingya Muslims and to deliver aid.
Myanmar security forces launched a fresh crackdown in Rakhine on August 25 in response to renewed attacks by Rohingya militants, creating a new wave of Rohingya refugees heading toward Bangladesh.
The new arrivals have reported widespread killing by security forces and Buddhist mobs, with homes looted and whole villages razed.
Rohingya, described by the UN as the world's most persecuted people, have faced heightened fears of attack since dozens were killed in communal violence in 2012.