Britain will help Myanmar with more than 30 million pounds sterling.
The British government announced on July 17 that it will provide more than £30 million for humanitarian aid in Myanmar.
It is included in the British-Myanmar partnership development status statement released by the British Foreign Office that it will be used for humanitarian and development programs in Myanmar in the 2023 - 2024 fiscal year.
The British government's humanitarian assistance is said that it will be spent on health cooperation, livelihood, and food security programs.
To reduce Myanmar's political crisis, to work on solutions that include ASEAN leadership, to end violence, they said that this is supporting the Rohingya and other minorities, including to build peace and democracy, to ensure accountability and justice for human rights violations and crimes, and to have an impact on the poor.
Since 2017, the British government has provided nearly £30 million to the Rohingya in Rakhine State and over £350 million to the Rohingya in Bangladesh.