For purposes of the record, Madam Chair, that work is focused—correct me if I'm wrong—on improving democratic governance practices, improving decentralized governance and services in areas where ethnic minorities are the majority, and enhancing the participation of marginalized and conflict-impacted communities in local development.
On that point—again, to Inter Pares—I know that one of the key focuses of your organization is inter-ethnic relations, and how conflict can really contribute in very negative ways to inter-ethnic relations. With everything that has taken place in recent years and everything that is taking place now, how worried are you about the future of Myanmar and about relations, in particular, between the Buddhist majority and all the other various ethnic and religious minority groups—not just the Rohingya but also the ethnic Karen and so on and so forth? I don't mean to be so callous to say “so on and so forth”, but there are many ethnic groups on the ground. It's a very diverse society.
Going forward, is the situation only bound to become worse between ethnic groups?