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Reception Camp: Transit Centre and Rakhine Buddhists

reception camp: Travelling by helicopter, they visited two villages, one transit centre and one reception camp, where refugees who return will initially be housed, according to Vancouver Courier. They also met with members of different groups affected by the violence, including Rakhine Buddhists, Hindus and some Muslims who did not flee. Around 700,000 Rohingya fled their homes to squalid camps in Bangladesh last year as Myanmar's army launched a brutal crackdown following insurgent attacks on security posts.article continues below Trending Stories Sweets for Diwali take a month's preparation Point Grey tax rally protests 'ideological' property tax Massive fire destroys East Vancouver printing business Five unregulated, Uber-like companies already operating in Richmond State television showed the ambassadors touring the border area. The ambassadors visited refugees in Bangladesh over the weekend, and on Monday held talks with Myanmar officials, including the country's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and military commander-in-chief Senior Gen. At a news conference in Myanmar's capital, Naypyitaw, before flying out of the country, the ambassadors reminded Myanmar's government of its obligations as a member of the United Nations. Min Aung Hlaing. ( As reported in the news.