UNHCR: Chin refugees no longer need UN protection as Myanmar's Chin State now stable


PETALING JAYA: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that Chin refugees from Myanmar do not need their protection any more as the situation in Chin State is now stable and secure.

Its spokesman in Kuala Lumpur said that an analysis of political, social and security developments in the Chin State over the course of several years has determined that there are positive developments in the state which are durable and sustainable.

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