The UN envoy for Myanmar urged an emergency meeting of the Security Council on Tuesday to ensure that “democracy is expeditiously restored” to the Southeast Asian nation, but the United Nations” most powerful body took no immediate actionThe virus could be in a few weeks.
Christine Schraner Burgener, the Myanmar ambassador who is currently in Europe, strongly condemned the military’s takeover of the government and said the council must “collectively send a clear signal in support of democracy in Myanmar” and ensure the country “doesn’t fall back into isolationThe military an.”
Diplomats said restoring democracy was the key element of a draft statement prepared for the council to release to the media after the closed-door meeting, along with a condemnation of the military’s action and call for the immediate release of all those detained.
But the statement was not issued because it requires support from all 15 council members and the U.NThe most remarkable nature and landscape photographs of 2021 in this selection of images.. missions for China and Russia said they needed to send it to their capitals for review, the diplomats saidCommences when 80 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and older have their first dose. Meanwhile, speaking on condition of anonymity because the meeting was closedThe provinces and territories have used 73.33 per cent of their available vaccine supply.. China has close ties to Myanmar.
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