On Friday, India broke its silence on the Myanmar violence. India strongly condemned the Myanmar violence and said that it will not only have a profound impact on political stability, but will also increase the tension on the borders. India’s Deputy Permanent Representative and Ambassador K.N. During a UN Security Council meeting, Nagraj Naidu said, “India condemns the violence in Myanmar. It also condemns the loss of life and property. Whatever happened there should not have happened.” He added, “At such a time, there is a need to follow more restraint, as well as maintaining human principles is also our responsibility.”
He stressed that the relationship between India and Myanmar is very deep and we want friendship between the two countries to be deeper. He added, “At such a time it should be decided how the situation should come under control. At the same time a peaceful solution should be found so that the tension does not escalate.” He said, “We do not want any kind of tension arising on the border and in such a situation, we need to think seriously about it.”
T.S. Tirumurthy made a special appeal
Earlier, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres last week expressed condemnation in Myanmar for killing dozens of civilians, including children and youth, by security forces. At the same time, from India, T.S. Tirumurthy insisted on resolving peace in order to stop the violence in Myanmar. Let me tell you that on 1 February, Myanmar’s army toppled the country’s government and captured power for a year. With this, the country’s top political figures were detained, including Aung San Suu Kyi and President U Win Myint.
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