The Thai Hluttaw concluded its first debate on Myanmar issues The Thai Hluttaw concluded its first debate on Myanmar issues

The Thai Hluttaw concluded its first debate on Myanmar issues

The Thai Hluttaw concluded its first debate on Myanmar issues

For the first time in the three years since the military coup, a large-scale discussion with Myanmar's opposition was held in the Thai Hluttaw last Saturday and Sunday.

The Bangkok Post reported yesterday that Rangsiman Rome, chairman of the National Security Committee of the Thai Parliament, who organized the talks, said that Myanmar's conflicts can be resolved peacefully and sustainably.

The Thai government is willing to take the lead in providing humanitarian aid to Burma through the Military Council. Therefore, NUG, To give directly through ethnic groups and community-based groups. The civil society side discussed that even if it is given through the Military Council or Myanmar Red Cross, it will not reach the refugees.

At the discussion, members of parliament from the Thai side, Academics from the universities attended and the United Nations Special Representative for Human Rights in Myanmar, Tom Andrews; Daw Zin Ma Aung, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the National Unity Government; U Kyaw Moe Tun, UN Ambassador to Myanmar; The leaders of the ethnic armed resistance group, Civil society and student union leaders attended.

I saw in the program that the Thai foreign minister would give a speech, but he did not come. The Foreign Office of the War Council sent a letter to the Thai government strongly opposing the discussion.

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