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Rakhine State: Minute Meeting and Neighbouring Bangladesh

rakhine state: Rae told reporters after that Trudeau was forthright about the level of violence and the extent of the problems causing people to flee, according to CBC. From my point of view that was extremely important for her to hear, directly from Canada's prime minister. During the 45-minute meeting, they talked about Suu Kyi's perceived inaction on the Rohingya refugee crisis, which has seen hundreds of thousands of Rohingya flee from Myanmar's Rakhine state into neighbouring Bangladesh in the face of violence at home. I think it was also important for us to hear her out, Rae told reporters. He also said she should offer reassurances they will be safe. Bob Rae, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's special envoy to Myanmar, said Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi told him she is committed to helping bring the Rohingya home. ( As reported in the news.