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Canada condemns violence in Myanmar
Canada has strongly condemned the escalating violence – and its impact on innocent people – in northern Rakhine State of Myanmar and called for calm.
"We urge all parties involved to exercise restraint and to ensure the safety, protection and support for civilians – including the Rohingya," reads a statement issued recently on the situation in Myanmar.
In 2017, Canada provided $1.13 million in humanitarian assistance in Bangladesh to meet the needs of conflict-affected people, including the Rohingya, in addition to the $4.5 million in assistance they are providing to vulnerable populations in Myanmar.
Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, together with Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie issued the statement. Foreign Ministry here circulated it here on Friday.
The government of Canada encouraged the authorities in Myanmar to take measures to facilitate the continued delivery of humanitarian assistance and calls for the full resumption of assistance activities in a timely manner.