The ambassador to London would not agree with the junta and would have declared his discontent with what has been happening in Myanmar in recent weeks. He would also have asked for the release of the leader Aung San Suu Kyi. almost a coup, in the middle of London. You can see they are occupying the building – he said outside his residence. Kyaw Zwar Minn also informed the British Foreign Minister of the situation. When I left the embassy – he said – they broke inside and took her. I’m from the Myanmar army. They said they got instructions from the capital, so they won’t let me in.
At the head of the coup would be the deputy Chit Win, who should now take over all the affairs of the ambassador, thrown out of the building. Kyaw Zwar Minn spoke to some protesters who are protesting the situation in Myanmar. Waiting: This is my home. I must be able to enter. That’s why I’m waiting here. And in the meantime the death toll since the start of the anti-coup protests in Myanmar has touched 600: this was reported by the Association for Assistance to Political Prisoners.
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