Myanmar leader says 'action will be taken' in Rohingya crisis

Aung San Suu Kyi said "a great majority of Muslims" have not fled Myanmar for Bangladesh.
3:35 | 09/19/17

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I'm aware of the fact that the was attention is focused on the situation is a kind street. And as I said at this general assembly lost yeah. As a responsible member of the community of nations. Yeah modest not via its nationals to to me. And that committed to assist date of the execution. Separately to peace stability and development. For all communities within that kicked of the Teddy fifth of August. Thank you but he's outposts discredits the regimental headquarters in. Don them up and we were attacked by armed groups. Consequently these attacks the government declared that our ten million just Salvation Army and support to those responsible for acts of terrorism. As a terrorist group in accordance with the counterterrorism. Analyst six and five. Up six Texas except such action by. There has been much consent around the world with regard to the situation the kind. It is not the intention of the Myanmar government to apportion they ought to at negate responsibility. We condemn our human rights violations and unlawful violence. Yet the bitch it to the restoration of peace stability. And rule of law throughout the state I think it is made Hitler knows that the great majority. Of listened to their crimes case. Have not joined the exodus. More than 50% of the vintages. Altman was students are intact. The as they run for fought the attacks took place. And we would like to know why. This is what I think we have to work too well it's not just looking out the problems but also looking at this areas where they are no problems. Why have. He's got it and they know. Hop I have we've been able to avoid these problems in certain areas and flood this reason we would like to invite the members of diplomatic. Community. To join us and I endeavor to learn more from the most news who have integrated successfully into that are kind tape. I understand. That many of my face throughout the world. Are concerned. By applauds of the digits in birds and applauds at that she keeps me. Says that Ed. There have been no conflicts since the fifth of September and new appearance operations. Read two concerned. We want to find out what the real problems. There have been allegations. And come to and vacations. And we have to listen to all of them. And we have to make sure. That these allegations. Are based on saw that evidence before we take action. Action would be taken against. All papers regardless of their religion. Race. Or political position. Who go against the laws of the time and who bodies human rights has accepted. By our international community. We have never and soft on human rights in this country. All of government. Has the most. Is eight. As a bugging commit to each. To the defense of human rights knocked off any particular community's rights. But of the rights of all in human beings within the borders of our country.

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