Myanmar Crisis, Conflict and COVID – where are we now? United Nations Security Council Arria formula meeting on Myanmar
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02:43:26
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English
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Summary

To hear the perspectives of the pro-democracy movement and ethnic voices from within Myanmar on the ongoing crisis, and to consider how the international community can help address the challenges, including through democratic processes and the rule of law, progress towards ASEAN's 'five-point consensus', the humanitarian context and the rapidly deteriorating COVID-19 situation.

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Objective of the Security Council Arria formula meeting: To hear the perspectives of the pro-democracy movement and ethnic voices from within Myanmar on the ongoing crisis, and to consider how the international community can help address the challenges, including through democratic processes and the rule of law, progress towards ASEAN's 'five-point consensus', the humanitarian context and the rapidly deteriorating COVID-19 situation.

Briefers:
1. Ms. Susanna Hla Hla Soe, Minister for Women, National Unity Government
2. Mr. Gum San Nsang, Secretary General of the Kachin Political Interim Coordination Team (KPICT)