ASEAN leaders agree on ending Myanmar violence; meeting believed to put brakes on escalating tension

26th Apr, 2021

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Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meet to discuss the ongoing situation in Myanmar, at the ASEAN Secretariat Building in Jakarta on Saturday. Photo: VCG


The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed on a five-point consensus on Saturday regarding the Myanmar crisis in a special meeting attended by heads of state and the Myanmar military. The consensus urged an end to violence and called for constructive dialogue among all parties concerned, which ASEAN regarded as "beyond expectations."

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