I will ask one last quick question if I can.
Obviously the situation in Myanmar is beyond difficult. I'm reading the report here kindly prepared by our great analysts, which says, on the matter of repatriation, that returning Rohingya do not have villages to which they can return and Rohingya crops and cattle have been looted.
Witnesses we've heard from previously have expressed fears that returning Rohingya would be sent to “concentration camps” not unlike the camps that house the approximately 127,000 Rohingya who have been internally displaced since 2012.
With all of that in mind—and I put this to whoever from Inter Pares wants to take it and to Mr. Win—should we as an international community not focus instead on supporting Bangladesh, supporting the effort to bring some measure of dignity to refugees on the ground in Bangladesh?
There was an opinion piece published in the old Manchester Guardian newspaper some weeks ago saying exactly this, and I've raised it in committee before.
I'd love to hear your view. In fact, maybe I'll go to Mr. Win first and then hear from Inter Pares.