UN Sounds Alarm over Myanmar Conflict

On 4th April, 2024, the United Nations Human Rights Council raised concerns over the escalating violence in Myanmar, describing it as the most severe since the military coup in 2021.

Human Rights Issue in Myanmar

  • Resolution on Jet Fuel: The Human Rights Council unanimously passed a resolution urging governments to refrain from exporting or selling jet fuel to Myanmar to prevent potential human rights violations by the military junta.
  • Background on Myanmar Conflict: The conflict in Myanmar erupted after the military ousted the elected government and suppressed widespread protests, leading to violence and displacement.
  • Pro-Democracy Resistance Actions: Myanmar's main pro-democracy resistance group ....
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