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US Administration warns Myanmar Military after arrest of Aung Sang Suu Kyi

Following this warning from the United States. The UN Security Council has also given its response to all-round pressure on the Myanmar Army.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 2 Feb 2021 5:53 AM GMT

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New Delhi: The United States has called for sanctions against Myanmar's military generals over the overthrow of political power by the military in Myanmar. Before this, the United States threatened the military after Myanmar's military coup and Nobel Prize winner Aung Sang Suu Kyi was arrested.

US Administration take action action Myanmar Army:

The US warned that if the Myanmar army did not withdraw its steps. The Biden administration would take strictaction on it. The United States is keeping a close eye on the call for sanctions against the entire Myanmar military forces of Myanmar.

Emergency in Myanmar:

Following this warning from the United States. The UN Security Council has also given its response to all-round pressure on the Myanmar Army. Council diplomats said they are scheduled to meet after Tuesday in connection with the military arrest of Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San, including his political colleagues. The United Nations has strongly condemned the coup in Myanmar.

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The UN called on Australia, the European Union, India, Japan and the United States to release political prisoners in Myanmar and restore democracy. However, China is not involved in this. China has mentioned this incident by saying that all parties should respect the Constitution. Neighboring Thailand refused to comment on Myanmar's internal affairs. On the other hand, the Myanmar corona virus spread and there were nocturnal silence on major roads during the curfew.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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