US Imposes Sanctions On Two Extra Myanmar Junta Leaders

US Imposes Sanctions On Two More Myanmar Junta Leaders

The European Union additionally permitted sanctions on Myanmar’s army


America on Monday introduced sanctions towards two extra leaders of Myanmar’s junta and warned of additional motion as tons of of hundreds defiantly rallied for the restoration of the nation’s democracy.

America mentioned it was blocking any US property and suspending the entry into the nation of two members of the newly ruling State Administrative Council — Common Maung Maung Kyaw, who instructions the air drive, and Lieutenant Common Moe Myint Tun.

“We won’t hesitate to take additional motion towards those that perpetrate violence and suppress the need of the folks. We won’t waver in our help for the folks of Burma,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned, utilizing Myanmar’s former title.

“We name on the army and police to stop all assaults on peaceable protesters, instantly launch all these unjustly detained, cease assaults on and intimidation of journalists and activists and restore the democratically elected authorities,” he mentioned in a press release.

The announcement comes hours after the European Union additionally permitted sanctions on Myanmar’s army, stepping up worldwide stress over the February 1 coup wherein the generals toppled democratic chief Aung San Suu Kyi.


The junta has warned it’s keen to make use of deadly drive to crush the more and more massive demonstrations after protesters had been shot lifeless over the weekend.

America has already imposed sanctions on different prime figures together with Senior Common Min Aung Hlaing, the army chief and new ruler of the nation.

(This story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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