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Ned Price: America stands with Burmese people voicing aspirations for peace and democracy; US State Department |

Washington: America has continued to stand with the Burmese people as they voice their aspirations for peace and democracy and it calls on the military to stop violence, leaving them all in unjust detention And prevents attacks on journalists and activists, according to a US State Department spokesman, Ned’s price on Sunday (local time).
Ned Price said on Twitter, “We want to stand with the people of Burma as they voice their aspirations for peace, democracy and the rule of law. We want to stop violence, leave all those who commit violence Call on the army. On journalists and activists, and respect the will of the people. ”
US State Department Secretary Antony Blinken also said that the US stands with the people of Burma.
Blinken wrote in a tweet, “The US will continue to take stern action against those who continue violence against the people of Burma as they demand the restoration of their democratically elected government.”
Myanmar police on Saturday killed two people and injured dozens after firing on pro-democracy protesters in Mandalay city.
On 1 February, Myanmar’s army overthrew the government and declared a one-year state of emergency before calling on the newly elected parliament. State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and other top officials, including President Vin Myint, have arrested the accused of electoral fraud from home. The coup triggered mass protests across the country.
According to Sputnik, at least 150 people have suffered injuries during intense demonstrations across the country.


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