United Nations: India has condemned the violence Myanmar And mourned the loss of life, as it urged and called for maximum restraint. The release Leaders detained.
Myanmar's army toppled the country's government on 1 February and captured power for a year, including top political leaders, including de facto leaders. Aung San Suu Kyi And president u Win mint. The coup led to protests and other acts of civil disobedience, leading to the deaths of hundreds of people.
The UN Security Council on Wednesday held a closed discussion on the situation in Myanmar.
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He said during the meeting that he "stressed to resolve peacefully, require greater engagement, fulfill the hopes and aspirations of the people and extend assistance to the Rakhine State Development Program."
Last week, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres The killing of dozens of civilians, including children and youth, was blamed in "the strongest terms" by security forces in Myanmar.
"The ongoing military rift, which today led to the most daily deaths since demonstrations against the coup, is unacceptable and demands a firm, unified and resolute international response. It is important to find an immediate solution to this crisis." The UN chief said on 27 March, the bloodiest day since demonstrations against the 1 February coup began, when security forces killed at least 107 people, including 7 children.
Guterres reiterated his immediate appeal to the military to avoid violence and repression, and said those responsible for serious human rights violations in Myanmar should be held accountable.
Christine Schreiner Bergner, Special Envoy of Myanmar Secretary-General, also informed about the council's closed consultations.
Bergner said in his remarks that "bloodbase is imminent" in the country and that more than 520 people have died after the February coup attempt. "The urge for a solution to this crisis could not be clearer," she said.
Bergner said that the most serious crimes and violations of international law are happening in plain sight. "I fear that this trend will become a blood donor as the commander-in-chief is determined to tighten his unlawful grip on power."
Bergner called on those who have access to the Tatamawa, Myanmar Armed Forces, to tell them how much their actions have damaged the country's reputation, for the future of its citizens as well as the "security of the neighbor" Danger has been created. country. "
Assuming that military leaders have clearly shown that they are not capable of managing the country, Bergner said civilian rule should be restored.
"It is our obligation to help restore a return to civilian rule under an elected government led by President Vin Myint and state consultant Aung San Suu Kyi, whom it calls the Security Council & # 39; s Members of Government & # 39; Refers to. "
Bergner said she intends to visit the region soon, hopefully next week, in continuing her close consultation with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) And other leaders.
While warning that the crisis in the already fragile public health sector is growing rapidly against the backdrop of the global pandemic, he asked the Security Council to consider all available means to take collective action and what is right The multidimensional catastrophe in the middle of Asia appealed to the people of Myanmar to be worthy and prevented. He sounded the alarm that the hard-won beneficiaries of democratic change and the peace process were slipping away.
He said, "Negotiations are needed for mediation but the Myanmar army has closed its doors in most parts of the world. It seems that the army will only engage if it feels they control the situation through repression and terror." Are able to do. "
Urging the Council for a firm, unified and steadfast international response, he said that the United Nations body should consider "potentially significant action that could reverse the course of events in Myanmar."
Alice Varimu Nerittu, the UN's Special Adviser for the Prevention of Massacre, and Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in a statement that "shameful, cowardly, ruthless" action by the military and police – in the form of shooting at protesters Have been filmed. The exodus, and those who have not given up on even the youngest children – "must be stopped immediately. It is the responsibility of the international community to protect the people of Myanmar from atrocity offenses."
The United Nations said that on 1 February, Myanmar's army seized power, thousands of people were arbitrarily arrested and many people went missing.