A Sky News team recently documented the mass migration of the Rohingya people from Rakhine State.
"Rohingya refugees need preventative and proactive action now to mitigate risks of human trafficking, and the survivors need help, before this spirals out of control", Ms. Ardanyan said.
The Asean member countries and other invited nations, as well as the UN, on Monday began the bilateral meetings in the economy, security and the environment were addressed.
"I think that Myanmar might promise to work with the worldwide community, and it is likely that the global community will also work with Myanmar on resolving this problem", he said.
"That the draft statement skipped over the Rohingya crisis means worldwide leaders accept there is no ethnic cleansing in Rakhine", he said.
Since Aug. 25, an estimated 613,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the United Nations.
"She has said what she will do, and ASEAN must make comments on Myanmar only after waiting and seeing what she does", he said.
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Contradicting the army report, several Rohingya who fled violence have already detailed accounts of mass killings, brutal beatings, torture and rape against Rohingya children, women, and men.
More than 200 have drowned making the attempt in the past couple of months and Bangladesh border guards have clamped down on fishermen who Rohingya were paying to take them across.
"Understanding the scope of human trafficking is hard in most settings due to the hidden nature of the crime", said Kateryna Ardanyan, a counter-trafficking expert of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in a press release issued Tuesday.
Over 617,000 Rohingya refugees have settled in Cox's Bazar since 25 August, but exploitation of the Rohingya population in the district has been occurring since well before this most recent influx of people.
Irish musician and activist Bob Geldof also called Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi "a handmaiden to genocide".
More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since late August, driven out by a counter-insurgency clearance operation in Rakhine state that a top United Nations official has called a classic case of "ethnic cleansing".
Some U.S. senators are now pursuing legislation to impose economic and travel sanctions on the armed forces and their business interests.
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Numerous recruiters are Bangladeshi, while some are Rohingya, and many were established in the area prior to the most recent influx.
The 12th East Asia Summit kicked-off here on Tuesday where security and trade will be the major topics of discussion among world leaders.
"This trip can not become an endorsement of the current state of affairs in Myanmar", he said.
"I can not hide my deep concern with the dramatic movement of hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh". In the past week, some 1,200 people crossed over on such flimsy rafts, according to police.
According to Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Abul Hasan Mahmood Ali, around 3,000 Rohingya have been killed in the crackdown.
"After that, Myanmar will accept refugees back by forming joint committees", he said. "We heard [this] from people... over and over again", Lawrence added. Written in English by Roseanne Gerin.
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