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June 2022

Episode: KPN 26-06-2022

Kaladan Radio June 26, 2022 304 4


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Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun reiterates call for protection of Burma with R2P

UN Ambassador to Burma Kyaw Moe Tun has called on the United Nations to provide immediate assistance to the people of Burma in line with the R2P, as the international community, abbreviated as R2P, continues to fail to protect the Burmese people who are being persecuted by the Burmese military.

“The dire situation in Burma is no longer the result of local authorities failing to protect their people. The R2P, which was enacted in 2005, is in line with grave human rights abuses by the military, which seeks to intimidate people for power. “

Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun at the annual meeting of the R2P at the UN General Assembly

The dire situation in Burma is no longer the result of local authorities failing to protect their people. The R2P, which was enacted in 2005, is in line with grave human rights abuses by the military, which seeks to intimidate people for power. Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun called for swift and timely action at the annual meeting of the R2P at the UN General Assembly yesterday.

However, Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun said that some world leaders, including the United States, have failed to implement the R2P adopted by the UN Security Council.

The ambassador also questioned how many more lives would be needed to implement the R2P.

Opposition to military coup Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, who has stood by the people, said that the people of Burma continue to call on the international community to provide R2P. He pointed out that it can still be done in practice so far.

“The people of Burma continue to call on the international community to provide R2P. He pointed out that it can still be done in practice so far. UN human rights groups, including the United Nations’ Independent Commission of Inquiry into Burma (IIMM), have also condemned the Burmese military’s actions as a crime against humanity.”

Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun

UN human rights groups, including the United Nations’ Independent Commission of Inquiry into Burma (IIMM), have also condemned the Burmese military’s actions as a crime against humanity. It says war crimes can be won.

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