geneva - Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is 'upset' about the crisis with Rohingya refugees in her country and is determined to resolve it. But she has to take care that she does not focus on the situation even more, said one of her advisors on Friday.
'She is upset about what she has seen. This gets her deep. I know that does not always get that way, 'said the adviser, who wanted to remain anonymous.
Nobel laureate Suu Kyi gets international criticism because she would do too little for the Rohingya's. Meanwhile, more than half a million people from the minority group in Myanmar have been killed for the violence of the government army.