World Bulletin/News Desk
A deputy from the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party, among Turkish delegation who visited Arakan region in Myanmar, said that visit to Myanmar showed that Turkey was a very prestigious, powerful and influential country in the world.
"Myanmar allowed an official delegation to enter Arakan region for the first time in the world history," AK Party Sanliurfa Deputy Zeynep Karahan Uslu told AA correspondent.
2 million Muslims in Arakan were trying to live under very difficult circumstances, she said.
AK Party government aimed to help anyone who needed assistance not only in Islamic world but also in any region in the world, Uslu added.
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