Cox's Bazar, Feb. 5 -- UNHCR special envoy and famous Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie on Tuesday urged the Myanmar authorities to show the genuine commitment to end the cycle of violence, displacement, and improve the conditions for all communities in Rakhine State, including Rohingyas.

"While UNHCR is ready to support efforts to improve conditions, there has been very little progress on the ground. The Rohingya cannot return to Myanmar at this time," she said at a media briefing at Kutupalong Rohingya camp.

Until Rohingyas can return, Jolie said, they have a collective responsibility to ensure that they can live a dignified life here in Bangladesh.

Hollywood actor and UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie in Cox's Bazar. Photo: Courtesy...