UN officials will not be allowed to enter Myanmar’s Rakhine

The BBC reported on Thursday that the UN Security Council meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the Rohingya crisis was on Thursday.

This was the first plan to visit the United Nations officials after the violence began on August 25, which was shattered.

The BBC said the United States authorities did not show any reason for the cancellation of the trip, a UN spokesman said.

United Nations demands that Myanmar army is running ethnic cleansing operations against Rohingyas in Rakhine But the Myanmar government has denied it.

After the operation of the army last month in Rakhine, UN relief workers were expelled from that state. Journalists are not allowed to enter.

In the face of the campaign, about 5 lakh Rohingyas from the state crossed the border to save Muslim lives in Bangladesh. These refugees say that the army is killing arsonist Rohingya, burning houses, raping women

Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has not received response from Myanmar to end the Rohingya crisis President urges to force Myanmar to withdraw Rohingyas Abdul Hamid too

Despite opposition from Myanmar as Rohingya’s citizens, the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi announced the withdrawal of the refugees in relation to global criticism.

The government of Bangladesh has expressed its position on the protection of the Rohingyas, who have come under the supervision of the United Nations.

The UN had already been trying to visit officials to see the situation in the Rakhine beforehand.