A world reality-finding mission is urging that nations minimize off all business with Myanmar’s army as a part of efforts to hold the military accountable for human rights abuses.
The U.N. Human Rights Council stated in a press release on Tuesday that there has been no progress towards resolving the disaster over Myanmar’s principally Muslim Rohingya minority, more than 1 million of whom have fled army “clearance operations” within the northwest Rakhine region.
The assertion issued in Geneva stated the state of affairs was at a standstill. Myanmar authorities have razed deserted Rohingya villages and people remaining within the country reside in displacement camps and in worry.
It stated the worldwide group needs to determine and reduce off the army’s supplies of funding. It also faulted armed ethnic groups for committing human rights abuses.