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Myanmar threatens to boycott the ASEAN Summit after not inviting military leaders

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Myanmar threatens to boycott the ASEAN Summit after not inviting military leaders

On October 25, the AFP news agency reported that Myanmar junta threatens not to attend the ASEAN Leaders’ Summit To be held via a teleconference system during October 26-28 after ASEAN decided not to invite Senior Gen. Min Aung Lai, leader of the Myanmar military government. Join the discussion circle at this ASEAN Summit as well. It cited the lack of progress in implementing ASEAN’s five consensus to end the conflict crisis in Myanmar. In which Senior General Min Aung Lai reached a consensus in a meeting in April last year.

Seo Min Tun, spokesman for the military government. announced to the local media on the same day that The exclusion of the Myanmar government leader from the October 26-28 meeting in Brunei It is a violation of the ASEAN Principles.

A military government spokesman said: ASEAN has invited non-political representatives, Mr. Chan Ae, an official at the Foreign Ministry at the Director-General level to attend. But we can’t be sure if we will go or not. Participation may affect the sovereignty and image of our country.

ASEAN has previously blamed Myanmar for a rare move. After the Myanmar military government rejected the request of the ASEAN Special Envoy in requesting to meet with all parties concerned in Myanmar This includes Aung San Suu Kyi, the civilian leader who was seized by the Myanmar military in a coup on February 1.

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