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One year since Myanmar coup, UN Security Council backs ‘will of the people’

UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations Security Council stated on Wednesday (Feb 2) it was deeply involved by a unbroken state of emergency imposed by the navy in Myanmar and pushed for talks to resolve the scenario in line “with the will and interests of the people”.

In a press release agreed by consensus to mark the anniversary of the Feb 1, 2021 coup, the 15-member council once more referred to as for the launch of all these nonetheless arbitrarily detained, together with Myanmar chief Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint.

The coup in Myanmar triggered strikes and protests that led to about 1,500 civilians being killed in crackdowns and round 11,800 unlawfully held, in keeping with United Nations human rights workplace figures.

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