Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., strongly condemned the Burmese/Myanmar government once again during a National Security Counsel meeting on Tuesday. She said that,  “The world is watching and waiting for Burma to act. What we have seen so far is cruel and barbaric.” The U.N. has been consistently denied access to Burma, as they have been attempting to conduct an in-depth investigation to verify the flood of stories coming out of Rakhine State, Burma. Since the violence has begun, more than 690,000 refugees have fled to Bangladesh.

Haley also condemned the inaction of Aung San Suu Kyi, saying that she needs to “acknowledge these horrific acts that are taking place in her country.” Suu Kyi’s silence on the subject has drawn significant amounts of criticism worldwide.

Recently, two Reuters journalists were working on a story outlining one particular massacre and mass grave. They were soon arrested and charged under the “Official Secrets Act,” and are facing over a decade of hard labor. Haley called for their “immediate and unconditional release.”

She also referred to a report conducted by the Associated Press, when they traveled to the large refugee camps on the border of Bangladesh and Burma.