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Putrajaya: Rohingya issue has become an international matter


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 3 Dec 2016

Zaw Htay, speaker of president office talks during a press conference on situation in northern Rakhine State, at president house in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, 16 November 2016. - EPA

Zaw Htay, speaker of president office talks during a press conference on situation in northern Rakhine State, at president house in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, 16 November 2016. - EPA

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is obligated to ensure that Myanmar takes proactive steps to prevent the Rohingya issue from further deteriorating. Wisma Putra said it was in this context that Malaysia allowed the Solidarity March to take place this Sunday.

It said in a statement the practice of ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas must stop immediately in order to bring back security and stability to the Southeast Asian region.

   

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