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UN must apologize Burmese

UK Government said the British Embassy would like to clarify misreporting in the press that the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office has withdrawn the statement issued on 23 January with regard to the incident in Maungdaw (Arakan). This report is incorrect.

It is welcoming news that UK Government withdrawn her statement on 23/01/14 regarding Arakan crisis of Burma by saying information in the statement are WRONG. Keep it up citizen activists. Keep posting genuine news on the ground. It is the duty of all the responsible persons to stand up for truth and to speak out for justice in Arakan state of Burma.

FAO: US, EU, ASEAN, UN & Media: UK Government withdrawn her statement on 23/01/14 regarding Arakan crisis of Burma by saying information in the statement are WRONG. [Wrong information spread and issued in the world media and international community is that “at least 40 Bengali (so-called Rohingya) men, women and children were killed by local security forces and Rakhine people”. In reality, only victim was a Burmese on-duty police officer who was killed by Bengalis (so-called) Rohingya Muslims mob. Some people describe the case as Du Char Yar Tan village incident.]

All organisations, governments, media and especially UN must apologize Burmese citizens for issuing wrong statement.

BDC

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