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GRC delegation to visit EU headquarters in Geneva

Delegation visited by Global Rohingya Center (GRC) on the sidelines of the twenty-seventh session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Director of the Foreign Policy of the European Union, Dr Christan Bhill Man and the Special Rapporteur for Myanmar from the European Union Esther Neamt at the headquarters of the Union, was during the visit, which lasted for more than an hour to discuss human rights violations against Rohingyas in Arakan, as well as about the system naturalization Act of 1982 and fears of Rohingya potential risks due to be applied to them, and regulatory options available and acceptable and appropriate solutions to solve the problem of the Rohingya through this system.

In turn, the European Union accept what he is doing unremitting efforts to solve the Rohingya problem at all levels, and promised to exert more efforts to take political and proposals Rohingya delegation into account during the ongoing negotiations with the Myanmar government about this problem.

The meeting was attended by the delegation lead by Chairman of the General Conference of the Federation of Arakan Rohingya Union (ARU) Dr. Tahir Al Arakany and Engineer Muhammad Yunus.

It is noteworthy that the delegation during the visited by the European officials to provide a copy of the photo-documented violations of humanitarian against Rohingya in Myanmar.

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