A group of Rohingya women and girls will travel to Argentina to testify before the court

According to VOA News reporting, some Rohingya women and girls are about to travel to Argentina within two months to bear witness against the Myanmar Junta.

The group will join in a genocide trial being heard by a court in Buenos Aires. Each of the survivors has given remote testimony of sexual assault to the court.

Tun Khin, president of the Burmese Rohingya Organization U.K (BROUK), told VOA Burmese, “Testimony is most likely to occur within a maximum of two months. That testimony is very important. Women will be taken to court in Buenos Aires for a hearing.”

Major General Zaw Min Tun who is a military spokesperson and concurrently serving as the Chief of the Tatmadaw True News Information Team was asked about the charges against the Myanmar Military by VOA Burmese and he replied, “We have been to testify at the ICJ, which is an official U.N. body, and explained that there has been stability in Rakhine state in the past. “

In 2017, more than 370 Rohingya villages were set on fire, killing hundreds of innocents by Myanmar Military. The government of the United States and many others have determined it as, “GENOCIDE”.


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