Two Southeast Asian diplomats said a rushed virtual meeting of ASEAN foreign ministers would consider the issue on Friday night.
Myanmar has agreed to allow Brunei’s Second Foreign Minister Erywan Yusof to visit this week, but canceled after being informed by the host that he could not meet everyone he wanted, said Myanmar’s foreign country. A statement issued by a person said. Ministry.
The statement did not mention who Yerevan was trying to meet, but said it included Aung San Suu Kyi last month.
Her elected government was expelled by the military in February, causing widespread and volatile public opposition.
Major General Zaw Min Tun, a spokesman for the Myanmar Army, previously explained that Yerevan was unable to meet Suu Kyi due to criminal accusations against her.
“Myanmar prioritizes domestic peace and tranquility, so it will be difficult to meet some demands that go beyond existing legislative permits,” a Foreign Ministry statement said.
“We are already doing our best to propose a special envoy to enable his visit to Myanmar,” he said.
In August, ASEAN Foreign Minister appointed Yerevan as an envoy to mediate the end of the Myanmar crisis.
Even before his scheduled trip, some ASEAN member states were dissatisfied with the perceived lack of cooperation from the Myanmar government.
Suu Kyi has been detained since the military hijacking and is currently being tried on several charges allegedly devised by her supporters and independent analysts, seeking to justify seize power of the military.
ASEAN Special Envoy Cancels Visit to Myanmar
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