China says UN-HRC resolutions will not help Rohingya
China, he continued, always stands for resolving the differences on the issue of human rights through constructive dialogue and cooperation on the basis of equality and mutual respect. This is not in the interests of Bangladesh, Myanmar and the rest of the international community.
China always believes that the dialogue and negotiation between Myanmar and Bangladesh are the only way out.
Foreign minister Wang Yi visited Myanmar and Bangladesh not long ago with the proposal of the three-phase solution to the Rakhine issue, which was positively received by both sides and gained widespread approval of the international community.
Recently Myanmar and Bangladesh have interacted with each other for several rounds and signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the repatriation of the displaced people, and the situation on the ground has been remarkably deescalated.
This is conducive to both countries and the peace and stability of the region as well. We hope the international community will continue to help with the bilateral dialogue and negotiation between Myanmar and Bangladesh in a constructive manner and create enabling external conditions.