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In August last year, 700,000 Rohinga people had to escape from Rakhine in Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh. Shortly before, the Rakhine Committee, chaired by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, had drawn up a series of proposals to solve the issue. On Friday, under the co-sponsorship of the Royal Danish and Kofi Annan, members of the European Union, UN and Myanmar authorities and other specialists gathered in Copenhagen.
"We still have a long way to go, but Denmark is prepared to help the Myanmar authorities, together with our partner countries and relief agencies, to find lasting resolutions to the long-standing Rakhine conflict," said Ulla Tørnæs, Denmark's Foreign Affairs Secretary. The former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is in Denmark and is trying to finance and promote a UN memorial in Copenhagen.
Because it was born in Denmark, it is believed that it would be appropriate for the exhibition to end there, says DR Nyheder. Approximately CZK 2 billion will be needed to implement the scheme, mainly from Denmark's investment fund and businesses. When it is not possible to find the necessary funding, the school could end up in another state.
The UN Live Museum Association, the organization behind the initiative, did not want to reveal how much money has been collected so far, but said that it "is working at full speed to find the RAL. Danfoss, the Dansk enterprise, has won backing from the Swedish authorities with Lars Christian Lilleholt, the German Federal Environment Ministry's Director.
He has just opened a new Danfoss plant in Anshan in northeast China, which produces long-distance heat system parts.
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The Rohingya fugitive kids are too afraid to get out of their tent at nights for afraid of being assaulted by savage bulls, serpents, rapists, bullies and mongers. Burma and Bangladesh today concluded an accord on the repatriation of Rohingya Muslims who escaped their common borders to avoid the Rakhine state of Myanmar.
A thousand more Rohingya migrant workers have escaped from Myanmar to Bangladesh when a UN nutrition office withdrawn a crucial review that highlighted the distressed appetite of the Islamic population. The new drones footage of a Rohingya escape centre in Bangladesh has highlighted the extent of the human rights crises that are believed to have displaced 515,000 persons from their houses.
The Myanmar chief Aung San Suu Kyi has protected her land against widespread protests about the "slow-burning genocide" of the Rohingya people. In Myanmar, a chief safety advisor says that Rohingya Muslims who have escaped the confederation to avoid violent attacks will soon be able to come back. The violent rains of the monsoons caused new suffering to tens of millions of Muslim Rohinyga who were stranded in temporary refugee camps in Bangladesh after escaping the Myanmar war. The government launched a campaign to persuade them to go to a new place.
Myanmar's military leader has asked the state to reach an agreement on the "question" of the Rohingya.