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UN’s Guterres urges Myanmar military gov’t to return to democracy

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United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the Myanmar military government to immediately return to democracy, saying the current situation in the country was a threat to peace in the region.
Published 3 months ago

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UN Chief Tells Myanmar Junta to Get Democracy 'Back on Track'

"The situation in Myanmar is an unending nightmare for the people and a threat to peace and security across the region," Guterres told reporters.

3 months ago·India
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UN chief urges Myanmar junta to get democracy ‘back on track’

António Guterres says it’s vital a peace plan agreed with the junta, but so far not enforced, takes effect

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Myanmar must get democratic transition back on track immediately: UN chief Antonio Guterres

"The situation in Myanmar is an unending nightmare for the people and a threat to peace and security across the region," Antonio Guterres said.

3 months ago·India
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"Get Democracy Back On Track Immediately": UN Chief Urges Myanmar Junta

After meeting ASEAN leaders, Guterres said it was vital that a peace plan agreed with the junta -- but so far not enforced -- came into effect. "The situation in Myanmar is an unending nightmare for the people," he said.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Myanmar must get 'democratic transition back on track immediately': UN chief

Myanmar: “I urge the authorities of Myanmar to listen to their people, release political prisoners,” UN chief Antonio Guterres said.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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UN chief tells Myanmar junta to get democracy 'back on track'

UN chief Antonio Guterres on Saturday urged the Myanmar junta to immediately return to democracy, saying it was the only way to stop the "unending nightmare" engulfing the country.

3 months ago·Malaysia
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