Myanmar says it will refuse entry to UN investigators probing Rohingya abuses Protesting against the persecution of ethnic Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Eastern Eye Staff
By Raj Alom Myanmar will refuse entry to members of a United Nations probe focusing on allegations of killings, rape and torture by security forces against Rohingya Muslims, an official said on Friday (30). The government led by nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi had already said it would not cooperate with a mission set up after a Human Rights Council resolution was adopted in March. “If they are going to send someone with regards to the fact-finding mission, then there’s no reason for us to let them come,” said Kyaw Zeya, permanent secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the capital, Naypyitaw. “Our missions worldwide…
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