Myanmar Violence: India expressed concern over the situation in Myanmar, said - will have to work more solidly
In the United Nations, India said that the world will have to work more solidly on the situation in Myanmar. If this does not happen, the consequences of the terrible situation created by the instability there can also be seen outside the borders of the country.
India on Friday condemned the use of violence to suppress protests in Myanmar against military rule and said that the world will have to work more solidly on the situation there. If this does not happen, the consequences of the terrible situation created by the instability there can also be seen outside the borders of the country.
India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, K. Nagaraj Naidu said in a meeting on Myanmar during the United Nations Security Council's Arria formula that India strongly condemns the use of violence and loss of life and property in Myanmar.
He said that it is necessary to follow restraint there but at the same time it is equally important to maintain human principles. Naidu said that it is very important for India to have a peaceful solution in Myanmar. India has a long land and sea border with Myanmar. We have a long-standing friendly relationship with the people of Myanmar. We are very concerned about the political stability there.
At the same time, on Thursday, the deposed ambassador of Myanmar to Britain had urged the British government not to recognize the ambassador sent by the army. He also appealed to send Chit Vin, who handles the embassy, to Myanmar immediately. The British government has not responded to his appeal, but Foreign Minister Dominic Raab praised Min's courage. He has also reiterated the demand for restoration of democracy in Myanmar.