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Published on Monday, 10 December 2012 22:20
Myanmar Vice President Sai Mauk Kham visited refugee camps in Rakhine State on December 7.
Lieutenant General Thein Htay, Minister for Border Affairs, explained the situation in the state and requested for assistance.
The vice president and his delegation visited the Bengali refugee camps in Saparlay in Minpya Township, Taungbwe and Maungtaw in Kyauktaw Township.
They also visited Rakhine villages in Mawrawady, Shweyinaye and Thayaykone.
During the visit, the delegation met with locals.
On December 8, the vice president and his delegation visited refugee camps in Kyalnepyin village of Pauktaw, Ohntawkyi, Bawduba and Mingan in Sittwe area.
General Hla Htay Win, Minister Khin Yi and Minister Myat Myat Ohn Khin were among those in the delegation.