The Burmese military regime: We are not afraid of sanctions

Representatives of the Burmese military have responded to the UN special envoy to Burma, saying they are ready to face further sanctions from the international community. Do not be intimidated by these sanctions, as the military claims they are accustomed to or familiar with them.

At least 38 people were killed on Wednesday in a bloody clash between protesters and police, said Christine Schraner Burgener, the UN Special Rapporteur on Burma.

The UN special envoy to Burma said that immediately after the civilian bloodshed, she contacted Burma’s military chief Soe Win, warning that the Burmese military would face “strong international measures.” And will lead to severing ties with Burma, leaving Burma alone.

In response, Burmese military general Soe Win said he and his group were no longer afraid of sanctions. In the history of the military, all forms of punishment are known, so it is normal for him. Interestingly, when General Soe Win responded to the suggestion that Burma would be left alone, he said: “It’s okay! We can be friends with a few friends. “This raises the question of which country does the little friend of Burma refer to? Is it really China that is behind supporting the Burmese military regime? Is Russia involved in this?

However, we will be able to predict some of the answers live this Friday, after UN Security Council members meet today to discuss the situation in Burma and we will observe Know the attitude of the 15 member countries, especially China and Russia.

It is remembered that when the military coup on February 1 took place, all 15 members of the United Nations Security Council wanted to issue a formal condemnation of the Burmese military, but could not. Due to obstruction from China and Russia.

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