ASEAN-Australia joint statement strongly condemns violence ASEAN-Australia joint statement strongly condemns violence

ASEAN-Australia joint statement strongly condemns violence

ASEAN-Australia joint statement strongly condemns violence

The ASEAN-Australia Summit issued a statement strongly condemning the ongoing violence in Myanmar.

The statement also called for a comprehensive national-level political dialogue, including an immediate end to violence and the provision of effective humanitarian aid.

The statement also said that we will continue to uphold the five common agreements adopted by ASEAN in resolving the Myanmar issue, and we want to see the implementation of all these agreements.

In addition, as the ASEAN Special Representative for Myanmar, he also urged the need to connect with all stakeholders in Myanmar affairs.

RFA called General Zaw Min Tun, spokesman for the Military Council, to inquire about the statements made in this announcement, but he did not receive an answer.

The Australia-ASEAN Summit was held in Melbourne, Australia from March 4 to 6.

Except for the Burmese Military Council, which was banned from attending the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit held in Melbourne, Australia from March 4th to 6th, the leaders of the nine ASEAN member countries and the ASEAN Secretary General, Prime Minister of Australia The Prime Minister of Timorese attended.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) called for a statement before the start of this meeting to strongly sanction the military council, and Burmese citizens in Australia also protested in Melbourne to demand action against the military council.

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