The European Union (EU) called for the reestablishment of civilian administration in Myanmar, where the military hit, and declared its readiness to sanctions against those responsible for the coup.
In the statement, where the ministers called for an end to the state of emergency as soon as possible, the legitimate civil administration was re-established and the parliament was opened.
The statement pointed out that the Myanmar authorities should show restraint and that violence should be avoided in the country, “The European Council is ready to implement restrictive measures aimed at directly responsible for the military coup and the economic interests of these people.” statement took place.
At the meeting of the foreign ministers of the EU countries in Brussels today, calls were made between Myanmar and the EU to suspend the trade system that envisions the duty-free access of Myanmar’s exports, excluding arms and ammunition, to the EU.
“The EU will continue to review all policy instruments, including development cooperation and preferential trade, as the situation evolves,” the EU Council said. expression was used.
The EU was expected to sanction some military officials who had a role in the coup at today’s meeting, but the statement did not contain information on this issue.
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