Latest Update on Myanmar Crisis: Read the Joint Statement Here

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Joint statement on the situation in Myanmar



“Global Concern: The Humanitarian Crisis in Myanmar

In a joint statement, a coalition of countries including Canada, Australia, the European Union, the Republic of Korea, and others, expressed deep concern over the escalating conflict in Myanmar. The situation has led to a devastating human rights and humanitarian crisis, with millions of civilians being impacted.

The Growing Crisis: A Call for Action

Since the military coup in February 2021, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance has skyrocketed to 18.6 million. There have been reports of serious violations and abuses against the civilian population, including airstrikes on civilian areas, torture, and sexual violence. The ongoing conflict has resulted in widespread displacement and a severe shortage of essential supplies like food, water, and healthcare.

Accountability and Hope for Myanmar

The international community is calling for accountability for the atrocities committed in Myanmar. The coalition welcomes the UN Security Council Resolution and supports efforts by the UN and regional organizations to resolve the crisis. There is also a unified call for all states to stop the flow of arms to the Myanmar military and for the immediate release of all arbitrarily detained individuals.

A Path to Peace

In conclusion, the coalition emphasizes the need for meaningful dialogue and a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Myanmar. It is crucial to create space for inclusive discussions to restore democracy in the country. The coalition stands firm in its support for a peaceful and democratic future for the people of Myanmar.

Let us all stand united in our efforts to bring hope and stability to the people of Myanmar in these challenging times.”



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