Overseas Secretary Tahmina Janjua summoned Myanmar’s ambassador U. Win Myint to the Overseas Workplace on Saturday to register Pakistan’s “robust protest” on the ongoing violence towards the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.
Janjua demanded that the Myanmar authorities takes “efficient measures to stop the recurrence of such violence” and ensures that the rights of the Rohingya inhabitants are upheld.
The overseas secretary additionally emphasised that with a view to attain a “sturdy settlement of the issue”, the suggestions of the Kofi Annan Fee be carried out that embrace pressing and sustained motion to stop violence, upkeep of peace, fostering reconciliation, assuring unhindered humanitarian entry and addressing the difficulty of citizenship from which the Rohingya are disadvantaged.
Janjua additionally referred to as for an investigation into the current violence and convey those that are “concerned in these critical crimes” to justice.
In the course of the go to, Myint assured Janjua that he’ll convey Pakistan’s considerations to the Myanmar authorities.
Earlier, Overseas Minister Khawaja Asif had expressed “deep anguish on the ongoing violence towards the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar”. He stated that the Rohingyas’ plight is “a challenge to the conscience” of the world and that Pakistan was dedicated to offering humanitarian assist to them.
Regardless of mounting worldwide strain, Myanmar’s army forces allegedly continue to persecute the Rohingya Muslim minority by burning down villages and killing the members of the minority group. The violence has escalated after an alleged Rohingya militant teams has carried out assaults on safety forces. Many have fled to Bangladesh and different neighbouring nations.
Myanmar’s democratic icon and chief Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is dealing with extreme criticism from the worldwide group, with lots of her fellow Nobel laureates condemning her silence on the matter. Nevertheless, Suu Kyi has condemned a “large mountain of misinformation” with out mentioning the thousands of refugees flocking to Bangladesh.
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