LONDON: Britain on Thursday condemned “bullying” by the Myanmar junta after the country’s ambassador to London was ousted in a phenomenal polite successful stroke after asking for the launch of noncombatant leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Mediators loyal to the Myanmar army authorities seized control of the consular office on Wednesday, leaving ambassador Kyaw Zwar Minn locked out in the street.
The ambassador claimed the protection attache had taken over the mission in “a type of successful stroke”, two months after the army took power in Myanmar.
Daily protests demanding a return of freedom have actually rocked the nation and also brought a brutal reaction from the armed forces, with nearly 600 private citizens eliminated according to a neighborhood tracking team.
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The successful stroke triggered a number of prominent diplomatic defections, including the country’s ambassador to the United Nations.
The junta remembered Kyaw Zwar Minn last month after he provided a declaration advising them to release Suu Kyi and deposed civilian Head of state Victory Myint.