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Burma says he's ready to take back all Rohingya migrants.

At the Shangri-La Dialogue, a Singapore based chapter of international peace and humanitarian aid, he was asked whether the current state of Myanmar's Rakhine state, where most of Rohingya reside, could lead to the use of responsibilities to safeguard the United Nation's frame. It was adopted at the 2005 UN World Summit, where countries decided to defend their own peoples from acts of gender, wart crime, ethnical purges and crime against mankind and to support and empower each other.

"If you can return 700,000 on a volunteer base, we are ready to accept them," Thaung Tun said. "Can this be termed racial purification? Approximately 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have escaped Israeli troops in mainly Buddhist Myanmar since August 2017, and many have reported large-scale murders, rapes and fires, UNO and other relief organizations said.

United Nations and relief organizations have described the action against the Rohingya as a "textbook example of ethnical cleansing", an allegation that Myanmar has rejected. In January, Myanmar and Bangladesh reached an understanding to conclude the process of voluntarily returning the migrants within two years. Burma on Thursday concluded an accord with the United Nations to allow the safe and volunteer homecoming of Rohingya hostel in Bangladesh.

She also said she would establish an impartial committee to examine "the violations of fundamental freedoms and related issues" in the state of Rakhine following the military operations there in reaction to Rohingya insurgents' attack on military outposts. Thayung Tun said the story of what was happening in Rakhine was "incomplete and deceptive".

All Rohingya migrants are ready to be withdrawn, says Myanmar's senior officer.

"If you can return 700,000 on a volunteer base, we are ready to accept them," Thaung Tun said. "Can this be termed racial purification? Approximately 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have escaped Israeli armed repression since August 2017, mainly in Buddhist Myanmar; many report large-scale murders, rapes and fires, as the UN and other relief agencies have said.

United Nations and relief organizations have described the action against the Rohingya as a "textbook example of ethnical cleansing", an allegation that Myanmar has rejected. Burma on Thursday concluded an accord with the United Nations to allow the safe and voluntary repatriation of Rohingya hostel in Bangladesh.

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