The United Nations colombia vs brasil en vivo en directo live streaming free Por Internet transmisión TV 5 Septiembre 2017 Online hoy: ver horarios y canales ver partido Security Council on Tuesday approved a financial sanctions regime aimed at those impeding the implementation of the 2015 peace deal as fears mount that the West African country is sliding back into violence.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, said that the State of Myanmar must resolve the dispute and grant citizenship to the Muslim minority of the Rohingyas in order to have a decent life.
About 123,000 refugees have poured into Bangladesh since Aug. 25, many of whom live in shelters without food, while aid agencies can not reach them, the International Organization for Migration said.
The council unanimously voted on a resolution proposed by France which established a committee to identify individuals and entities to be included in the sanctions list.
Those in the list are required to ban travel and freeze assets.
The Mali government supports this move and has informed the Security Council that repeated ceasefire violations by terrorists threaten to derail the 2015 peace agreement and ended years of fighting with insurgents in the north
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on Tuesday that it is deeply concerned about the conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, which has prompted thousands to flee across the border, with some of the fugitives reportedly dead, a UNHCR statement said.
Adding that “the Rohingya Muslims are subject to genocide,” and called on the Myanmar government to end its practice against the Rohingya Muslims and resolve the crisis. Pointing out that what is happening there may destabilize the region.
The latest outbreak of violence in the northwestern state of Rakhine began on Aug. 25 after the Redemption Army of the Muslim minority of the Rohingyas defended themselves and carried out minor attacks on police points and a military base.
After the recent wave of displacement, the number of Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh since October has reached 210,000.
Some 87,000 people fled in October to Bangladesh to escape the violence