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Burma increases ethnic minority abuse, USA says
WHATHINGTON - Myanmar's militarized culling or expulsion of its minority populations is deteriorating despite an increasing amount of global cries, according to a Foreign Ministry Foreign Ministry statement on the issue of divine freedoms published on Tuesday. In Rakhine state, the brutality against the Rohingya, who are almost all Muslims, has been compared to racial cleansings and has dampened the reputations of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Prize winner whose political group is now controlling Myanmar.
As a result of the new incident, an unidentified number of Rohingya have been evicted throughout Myanmar, formerly Burma, and an estimated 688,000 have escaped to neighbouring Bangladesh. In addition, the Foreign Ministry said that the Myanmar government would "double" with a new election against the predominantly Christians in Kachin state.
The struggle between the Kachin administration and the Kachin insurgents has been going on for many years, but has begun seriously again according to the 2011 reports. According to the UN estimate, 100,000 people will be driven out in both Kachin and Shan states as a consequence of these wars. In Myanmar, religious and ethnic life are intimately connected.
Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo released the Tuesday edition of the General Assembly's General Affairs and External Relations Minister's General Affairs Update with Ambassador Sam Brownback, the former Kansas Governor, now serving as the Foreign Ministry's Ambassador for Institutional Affairs. Mr Pompeo also said that he would be holding an intergovernmental conference on the subject of inter-faith relations in Washington at the end of July.
There is a tendency for the Trump government to downplay the importance of respect for fundamental freedoms as a top external action area. The former Minister of State, Rex W. Tillerson, often said that questions of one' s own lives or deaths, such as terror, were far more important than the individual' s right. However, the Protestant government supports the question of divine liberty, especially that of Christians in places such as the Middle East, are very important.
Ongoing imprisonment and the trials of Andrew Brunson, a pastoralist in Turkey, have led to serious tensions in Ankara-Washington ties, with some on Capitol Hill suggesting that Turkey should be sanctioned. "It is worthy of being at the forefront of respect for human rights, and Ambassador Brownback and I, with him at the head, will make sure it stays that way," said Mr Pompeo.
Mr Rob Berschinski, Human Rights First's SVP, said the cabinet did not do what they preach. Other results in the Foreign Ministry are that North Korea holds 80,000 to 120,000 people in prison - also for faith. In addition, only five faiths are penalized by China's government, but limitations against even those can be strict, the report same.