The semi autonomous Government of Somaliland proposes to send five thousand peace keeping troops to Myanmar as Rohinga plight continues in Myanmar.
According to the United Nations Report Almost 300,000 Rohingya have fled into neighboring Bangladesh since renewed violence between state security forces and the minority group began more than two weeks ago.
There are currently around 1.1m residents in the Southeast Asian nation, which is home to more than 100 ethnic groups and approximately 55 million people.
According to the media the violence claims the lives of about 3,000 Rohinga Muslims Minority.
The Turkish president called the act genocide and sent shipments of Aid to Myanmar last week.
If Somaliland decides to send Support to Rohinga it will become the second government to send peace keeping troops to Rohinga after Turkish Government who sent Support to the Rohinga people.