Myanmar’s foreign minister has been denied permission to attend the meeting over Myanmar’s refusal to cooperate in implementing the five-point agreement reached in 2021 between ASEAN leaders and Myanmar’s military ruler, the General Min Aung Heung. lack of cooperation in the implementation of the five-point agreement reached in 2021 between Myanmar’s military ruler, General Min Aung Heing.
Jakarta. Foreign ministers of Southeast Asian countries will meet on Friday in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, mainly to discuss the deteriorating situation in Myanmar. However, the meeting’s agenda focused on food and energy security and cooperation in finance and health. Myanmar is a member of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). However, this time the annual meeting in Jakarta is being held without Myanmar’s Foreign Minister Wuna Maung Lwin. Myanmar’s foreign minister was not allowed to attend the meeting over Myanmar’s lack of cooperation in implementing the five-point agreement reached in 2021 between ASEAN leaders and Myanmar’s military ruler, General Min Aung. Heung.
As part of the deal, Myanmar’s military leaders promised to allow the ASEAN special envoy to meet jailed leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Indonesian President Joko Widodo, upon assuming the ASEAN chairmanship, said last month that ASEAN countries will continue to contribute to the Indo-Pacific region to ensure peace and stability in the region and sustain economic growth. . Widodo said: “We are facing the crisis of war this year with the economic crisis, the energy crisis and the food crisis. ASEAN will continue to be essential and relevant to the peoples of the Indo-Pacific region.
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