The United States has banned Myanmar’s passion leader Air Force Chief General Maung Maung Kyo and Lieutenant General Mo Munt Tun.
Demonstration in Myanmar (AFP)
Since the military coup in Myanmar, the eyes of the world have been on it. After the coup, America has warned Myanmar’s army to take strong action. In this episode, America has banned two more passion leaders. Also warned that more stringent steps will be taken further. On the other hand, thousands of people once again took to the streets on Monday and demonstrated for the restoration of democracy. Let us know that people who rule the country forcefully are called passiona. Presently, Myanmar’s army has carried out a military coup by force and is ruling the country.
America said that it has blocked two members of the new ruling State Administrative Council in Myanmar from coming into the US property. These people will not be given entry in America either. Two people who have been banned include Air Force Chief General Maung Maung Kyaw and Lieutenant General Moe Myint Tun.
Will not hesitate to take action: Antony Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that we will not hesitate to take action against those who commit violence and suppress the will of the people. We will continue to support the people of Burma (Myanmar). He said, we order the police and army to stop all attacks on peaceful protesters. All those taken into custody should be released immediately. Stop intimidating journalists and activists. Also, the democratically elected government should be restored.
The coup took place on February 1
The announcement was made at a time when the European Union also approved a ban on Myanmar’s military. Since the military coup on February 1, international pressure has been continuously building on Myanmar. Significantly, the army arrested the state counselor Aung San Suu Kyi after the coup. On the other hand, Junata has said that he will continue to use force to crush the protests. The US has already imposed restrictions on the country’s new ruler, General Min Ang Hling.
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