Muslims deeply worried by Myanmar violence, Turkey tells Suu Kyi
(MENAFN) Turkey"s President Tayyip Erdogan informed Myanmar head Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday that violence against Rohingyas was of deep concern to the Muslim world, and will send his foreign minister to neighboring Bangladesh to debate the fighting.
In addition, Myanmar has come under stress from countries with large Muslim people to stop violence against Rohingya Muslims after at least 400 people were murdered and nearly 125,000 fled to Bangladesh in the deadliest about of violence focusing the control group in decades.
Turkish presidential sources said, Erdogan, who has said that the violence against Rohingya Muslims constitutes genocide, told Suu Kyi on Tuesday that it was a violation of human rights and that the Muslim world was deeply worried.
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