Immediate aid needed in Myanmar's conflict zones, UN rights expert says Myanmar' Government troops against civilians ,dirving Thousands of ethnic minorities out of their homes . Immediate aid 房屋二胎 needed in Myanmar’s conflict zones, UN rights expert says Paulo Sergio Pinheiro26 February 2007 – Expressing concern about the hum 小額信貸anitarian and human rights implications of increased hostilities between Government forces and rebels in Myanmar’s southeastern Kayin State, a United Natio 西裝外套ns human rights expert has urged the country to grant aid groups immediate access to affected civilians. Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of 租房子 human rights in Myanmar, said in a statement last Friday that “humanitarian assistance should not be made hostage of politics,” but rather it “must only be guided by the best inte 九份民宿rests of the affected communities.” Mr. Pinheiro made his recommendations after hearing testimonies of villagers who had fled fighting in Toungoo District and Eastern Bago Division. These people, who 結婚西裝had already been forced to leave their homes on several occasions, confirmed allegations the Special Rapporteur had heard last year of human rights violations and lack of humanitarian assistance in these areas. He c 買房子alled on the Government to immediately grant access to and guarantee the safety and freedom of movement to the UN, as well as other aid workers, as these groups seek to assist those in need. “It would be a terrible mistake to wait for the 個人信貸 political normalization of Myanmar to help and to empower the affected communities and their representatives,” the Special Rapporteur said. In Kayin State, also known as Karen State, Myanmar’s military has continued counter-insurgency o 小型辦公室perations against civilians, driving thousands of ethnic minorities out of their homes. Over 100,000 refugees from this region have fled to border camps in Thailand, where some have lived for over 20 years. http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=21674&Cr=myanmar& 房屋買賣Cr1 .