MNA Exclusive Desk: Myanmar rejected Wednesday the findings of a UN probe alleging genocide by its military against the Rohingya, in a strident government response to a damning report on the crisis.
Myanmar has come under immense pressure this week over last year’s military crackdown that pushed more than 700,000 of the Muslim minority into Bangladesh.
Monday’s report by a UN fact-finding mission said there was evidence of genocide and crimes against humanity “perpetrated on a massive scale”.
In a session of the UN Security Council late Tuesday several countries—including the United States—called for Myanmar’s military leaders to face international justice.
But Myanmar on Wednesday rejected the remit of the UN mission and its findings, reported news agency.