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Foreign Ministry (Myanmar)
Burma's Foreign Office (Burmese: ?????????????? ??????????,[nà???à?d?ájé w???d?í t?àna?],'MOFA') is a Myanmar Foreign Affairs Department with responsibility for Myanmar's foreign affairs and relationships with other states. She also runs ambassadors and missions in 44 countries and is led by Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's first foreign minister, who succeeded Wunna Maung Lwin on 30 March 2016.
It was established on 17 March 1947 as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and headed by General Aung San. It was appointed Foreign Office in 1948. It was organised as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 25 May 1967. General Director: Strategic Studies and Training Department:
Myanmar Religious and Violent
Crudeingya's most frequent reason for persecuting them is their nationalities. Goverment officers, press reporters and church chiefs have said the Rohingya are Bangladeshi migrants. Myanmar's 2008 constitution recognises 135 tribal communities and gives them certain privileges. Rohingya are not one of them.
In general, the Myanmar population insists that the Rohingya are not a true ethnical group because they are concerned about the unlikely prospect of the Rohingya splitting off and endangering the territory autonomy of the state. Sitagu's words could be Myanmar's Buddhists' last camouflage to disregard world critique and embrace the justice of the sacred battle.
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