Myanmar Approves Food Aid For Embattled Rakhine State But More Access Needed, U.N. Says
Reuters: Myanmar allows food aid delivery to conflict-torn region
“Myanmar is allowing the first food deliveries for more than four weeks to the troubled north of Rakhine state, the U.N. humanitarian agency announced on Monday, amid an ongoing military lockdown of the area. The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in a statement that the World Food Programme had been granted permission to deliver aid to four villages, but repeated a call for full access to the area where tens of thousands remain cut off from assistance…” (Lewis, 11/7).
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