China has blocked UN Security Council statement on Rohingya issue Security Council condemns Rakhine violence due to China’s objection The debate was initiated by Britain’s initiative.Not just this now, after the start of the Rakhine’s Rohingya campaign in October last year, the United States initiated the Security Council, but the statement was stalled by China. It is not possible to make a formal statement after the closed up meeting due to China’s objection. Through diplomacy, under the scenes, Bangladesh initiated the discussion on the Rakhine issue through Britain and the United States.
Myanmar’s decades-long military junta was controlled in the hands of Democratic leader Aung San Suu Kyi. At the time, the external world imposed sanctions on Myanmar despite economic sanctions, but neighboring China gave their support to China. Although Suu Kyi came to power through the election of the international pressure, the state’s main Kalkat is still in the hands of the Myanmar military.Myanmar security forces have started the latest Rohingya massacre since last Friday. Firing continues to kill, rape and homeless. In the Rohingya villages, lalihan flame of fire is seen from the border of Bangladesh. Thousands of Rohingyas have gathered at the Bangladesh border to save themselves from persecution. But the Bangladesh Border Security Force prevents them. In addition, 18,000 Rohingyas have been able to flee to Bangladesh, said International Immigration Agency (IOM).
According to the IOM, since the beginning of October, till the beginning of fresh violence in Rakhine, 87 thousand Rohingya fled to Bangladesh.
According to the government, nearly 500,000 Rohingyas are living in different places in Bangladesh illegally and illegally. Bangladesh urges the international community including the United Nations to create a favorable environment for them to take them back and stay in Rakhine for Rohingyas.
AFP reported today, the Security Council discussed the ongoing violence in Myanmar on Wednesday. Where 18,000 Rohingyas from Rakhine State escaped to Bangladesh in the conflict and military operation. No statement was made after the 15-member Security Council closed the meeting.
However, British Ambassador to the United Nations Matthew Ricroft said that the people of Myanmar have called for mitigating tensions in Rakhine.
Britain called on the meeting
But China has opposed the United Nations Security Council’s involvement in the Rakhine crisis. Although there is no discussion in the Security Council but there is no other plan, then it can not be ascertained. However, if the world leaders gather in the United Nations General Assembly in the next month, the issue is expected to be discussed.
British ambassador Ricroft said that the Security Council still supports Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi. He is leading the government of Myanmar. Many of us support him ally We want him to speak right. Let’s get out of a compromise. It is necessary for all the people of Myanmar to solve this problem and to upset the tension. UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has already called for the restrictions on citizenship and movement imposed against Rohingyas.
Meanwhile, Secretary General of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) has called for the protection of Rohingya victims of ethnic violence in Myanmar. Yusuf al-Otaimin He said this in two separate letters to former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and Myanmar state consultant Aung San Suu Kyi.
In the letter OIC Secretary-General said, Arbitrary power is being applied to civilians in Rakhine. This has created an intolerable situation across the region, which has affected many people.
Othaimin called on the UN to stop the violence in Rakhine and put pressure on Myanmar to restore the fundamental rights of Rohingyas. He hopes the United Nations Security Council will resolve the issue urgently and effectively.
In the letter written to Suu Kyi, Secretary-General Rakhine under the circumstances of OIC’s concerns. He immediately urged the Myanmar authorities to stop the violence, allow refugees to return to their homes and allow humanitarian organizations to support the victims.
OIC secretary general expressed fear that if the discrimination, justice and civil rights are not returned to the Rohingyas, the current crisis can make the whole region unstable.