As Myanmar’s crisis continue to sore several countries and United Nations has expressed concerns regarding the rising violence by Myanmar’s junta.
However discussion might result in a positive result as ASEAN countries say that they have agreed on a plan with Myanmar’s junta chief on Saturday to end the crisis in the violence hit region.
The US, UN and China believe that the body which has a policy of consensus decision making is best placed to make a decision. Although Myanmar’s Commander-in-chief General Min Aung Hliang continues to blame the protestors for the increasing bloodshed it is possible that the meeting with ASEAN leaders will result in a positive response.
The meeting was held in Jakarta, Indonesia