Somaliland members of parliament are planning to put forth a motion in the house calling for the deployment of 5000 troops to fight alongside Rohingya muslims
Somaliland, the breakaway region of Somalia has called on the Myanmar government to stop the brutal violence and the resurgence of civilian casualties and allow humanitarian assistance to reach those in need.
The self-declared republic of Somaliland has condemned the way the government of Myanmar is treating Muslims in Rohingya.
A statement from Somaliland’s president said that it is deeply saddened by the brutal violence by the security forces of the Myanmar government in dealing with the Rohingya community.
The statement from the president reads “The president of the self-declared republic of Somaliland, Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud (Silanyo) called on the international community, especially the United Nations, to take action to stop the massacre against the Rohingya population in Myanmar.”
According to UN More than 1,000 people may already have been killed in Myanmar, mostly minority Rohingya Muslims — more than twice the government’s total