Tillerson: US holds Myanmar armed service leaders accountable for Rohingya crisis

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U.S. Secretary of Point out Rex Tillerson reported on Wednesday the United States was “extraordinarily anxious” by what was happening to Myanmar’s Rohingya minority and held Myanmar’s armed service leadership accountable.

A Rohingya refugee girl who crossed the border from Myanmar a working day just before, carries her daughter and lookups for help as they wait to acquire authorization from the Bangladeshi military to go on their way to the refugee camps, in Palang Khali, Bangladesh.

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WASHINGTON: U.S. Secretary of Point out Rex Tillerson reported on Wednesday the United States was “extraordinarily anxious” by what was happening to Myanmar’s Rohingya minority and held Myanmar’s armed service leadership accountable.

“What is most crucial to us is that the world are not able to just stand idly by and be witness to the atrocities that are being documented in the location,” Tillerson told Washington’s Middle for Strategic and Global Experiments feel tank.

“We truly maintain the armed service leadership accountable for what is actually happening.”

(Reporting by David Brunnstrom and Jonathan Landay Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)



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