After the U.S. Biden administration has identified the persecution of the Rohingya, a minority of Muslims by the Myanmar army, as a crime against humanity, the Myanmar army has issued a statement saying that it "resolutely refuses." I put it out.

In Rakhine State in western Myanmar, a large number of Rohingya people were killed in 2017 in a large-scale military operation, and more than 700,000 people were forced to evacuate to neighboring Bangladesh. It has been.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken reveals on the 21st that the Biden administration has identified such persecution as "genocide" with the intention of destroying ethnic groups and other groups, and holds the responsibility of military leaders. I showed my thoughts.

In response, on the night of the 22nd, Myanmar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is under the control of the military, issued a statement saying that it would "resolutely refuse."

The statement argues that "the speech is far from reality and is based on information that is unreliable and unreliable."

The International Court of Justice has also held a hearing to hold the state responsible for the persecution of Rohingya people, but the Myanmar military has not acknowledged the responsibility in this hearing and has shown a willingness to fight.