Ignore the boycott sound! Myanmar’s Minister of Defense appears at the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting

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Ignore the boycott sound! Myanmar’s Minister of Defense appears at the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting

On June 22, Reuters reported that General Myat Tun O, Minister of Defense of Myanmar. participated in the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting in Phnom Penh Cambodia which is the chairman of ASEAN On the same day, despite pressure from some ASEAN member states and pro-democracy movements, which opposes the participation of representatives of the Myanmar junta in such an important stage Due to the coup in Myanmar

General Mya Tun Oo is the highest-ranking official of the Myanmar military government. participating in the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting Since the Myanmar military government has been barred from participating in ASEAN’s major forums since last year. As the Myanmar junta continues to fail to implement ASEAN’s five consensus to end violence in Myanmar

Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia have called on Cambodia to as the chairman of ASEAN cut off the Myanmar military government from participating first until making progress in ending the violent conflict in the country

Malaysia’s Ministry of Defense said Although the Myanmar military junta is involved in the forum on Wednesday (June 22), it does not mean that Malaysia has recognized (the junta) as Myanmar’s legitimate government.

Cambodia’s Defense Minister, Samdech Tia Banh, said the Myanmar general’s attendance at the meeting indicates a unified group.

“This is a contribution to find a solution. and this allegation the allegation We cannot respond to all allegations,” His Highness Tia Banh said at a news conference, citing criticism that representatives of Myanmar’s military junta attended the meeting.

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In addition, a joint statement released to the press showed that the meeting pledged to support efforts to bring peaceful change to normalcy in Myanmar through its special envoys.

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