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Fernando Diaz

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   Аунг Сан Су Чжи надеется восстановить свою потрепанную репутацию, позволив организациям ООН по правам человека и развитию въехать в Мьянму, чтобы подготовить почву для широкомасштабного возвращения мусульман Рохинджа.
Ее помощники надеются, что предложение, связанное с внутриполитическими изменениями, укрепляющими ее позиции и назначением специального посланника ООН по кризису, может стать поворотным пунктом в ее отношениях с международным сообществом.
Почти 700 000 Рохинджа бежали от насилия в Мьянме с начала военных репрессий в августе прошлого года, присоединившись к примерно 200 000 человек, которые искали убежище в Бангладеш в течение последних нескольких десятилетий.
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  Aung San Suu Kyi hopes to restore her battered reputation by allowing UN human rights and development organisations to enter Myanmar to prepare the ground for the large-scale return of Rohingya Muslims.
Her aides hope the offer, linked to internal political changes strengthening her position and the appointment of a UN special envoy for the crisis, can mark a turning point in her relations with the international community.
Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have fled violence in Myanmar since a military crackdown began last August, joining an estimated 200,000 who have sought shelter in Bangladesh over the past few decades.
In a highly unusual move, senior diplomats from each of the 15 UN security council member states will travel to Bangladesh and Myanmar, starting on Saturday. The ambassadors will visit refugee camps in Bangladesh before meeting Aung San Suu Kyi and going by helicopter to Rakhine state, the centre of what the UN has described as ethnic cleansing.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s allies are hoping she can convince the diplomats that an agreement on the introduction of UN organisations into Rakhine can help speed up the safe, voluntary return of thousands of internally displaced people and refugees in the Bangladeshi camps.
   The UN bodies could also monitor the situation and prevent a repeat of the violence that prompted the exodus.
Repatriation is becoming a matter of urgency, Aung San Suu Kyi’s allies concede, due to the imminent monsoon season. But the UN high commissioner for refugees has recently said conditions in Myanmar are not yet “conducive for the voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable return of refugees”, and said the responsibility remains with the government to change this.
The refugees say they need assurances from Myanmar about concrete progress over their legal status, citizenship and security in Rakhine.

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