Angelina Jolie also said she had met the stateless Rohingya who are “treated like cattle” in Myanmar.
Jolie also met a rape survivor in Mayanmay who told her ‘you would have to shoot me where I stand before I would go back to Myanmar’.
In her address she urged the Myanmar authorities to show the sincere commitment to bring an end to the violence and displacement. She also urged the authorities to improve conditions for all communities in Rakhine state, including the Rohingya.
U.N. refugee agency special envoy Angelina Jolie visited the camp as the United Nations is preparing for a new appeal for $920 million to support the refugees. The refugees had fled Myanmar in August 2017.
Myanmar denies the charges laid by the U.N. investigators for carrying out mass killings and rapes.
United Nations also say the conditions for return of refugees are not right at the moment.
The Rohingya say they want guarantees over their safety and to be recognized as citizens before returning.
Angelina Jolie Visits Rohinya Muslim Refugee Camps