London, March 27. Demonstrations in various regions.
“The killing of unarmed civilians, including children, is taking us to an all-time low,” Rob said on his official Twitter account.
In Burma, “we will work to end this irrational violence, to hold those responsible accountable and to secure a path to democracy,” said the head of British diplomacy, the country’s former colonial power. Asian.
In recent weeks, London has imposed sanctions on senior officials of the Burmese military junta and a joint venture of military-owned companies that staged a coup in early February.
The British ambassador to Southeast Asia, Dan Chuck, said in a statement issued by the Foreign Office that the security forces had “insulted themselves by firing on unarmed civilians.” EFE
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