Nurul Islam Hasib, bdnews24.com
Image from article, with caption: A man demonstrating against the United States for its use of the term Rohingya [see] to describe Myanmar's stateless Muslim community outside of the US embassy in Yangon [see], April 28, 2016.
When U Tin Oo spoke to Bangladesh journalists at the ruling National League of Democracy’s (NLD) headquarters in Yangon, Aung San Suu Kyi’s most trusted patron did not once utter the word ‘Rohingya’.
The 89-year-old veteran leader and former army chief, who is well aware of the affairs of Bangladesh [see], was pitching for “peaceful solutions” to problems between the neighbours during the interaction on Monday.
“Basically, they (Burmese) have a problem with that specific ethnic group (Rohingya),” he told bdnews24.com.