An online meeting between Ban Ki Moon and the National Unity Government's Deputy Minister of Politics to jointly resolve the Myanmar issue.
that the former UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki Moon and the Deputy Foreign Minister of the National Unity Government (NUG) had a meeting to discuss upon the Myanmar issue.
National Unity Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister U Moe Zaw Oo and former UN Secretary General, The Vice President of The Elders, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, held an online meeting and agreed to build a relationship to jointly solve the Myanmar crisis. It is said that Mr. Ban Ki Moon, who is also the vice president of the group of world-famous people called The Elders, and U Moe Zaw Oo, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of NUG, had an online meeting on April 27th.
At the meeting held on April 27th, the two sides agreed to build a cooperative relationship to continue discussions on possible ways to resolve Myanmar's current crises. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a press release as well. They discussed Mr. Ban Ki Moon's visit to Myanmar and how to deal with the Myanmar crisis. The NUG Foreign Office announced that they also discussed the possible ways to proceed.
Mr. Ban Ki Moon's visit has good intentions, but the NUG Deputy Minister said they are worried that the military council will use the visit for their own benefit.
Mr. Ban Ki Moon expressed his gratitude for pointing out that "the role of all groups, including the National Unity Government, is important in achieving a sustainable solution."
It has been announced that the international community has been urged to put pressure on the military council, which failed to comply with the ASEAN Common Agreement (5) and Security Council Resolution No. (2669).
The military council reported that the group led by Mr. Ban Ki Moon, and military leaders including Min Aung Hlaing, the former president U Thein Sein had discussed "the latest developments in Myanmar on April 23th in Nay Pyi Taw.
Many believed that Mr. Ban Ki Moon would request a meeting with State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who is serving a prison term in Nay Pyi Taw prison, but he was not allowed to meet.
After his two-night trip to Nay Pyi Taw, Ban Ki Moon called for an end to all violence. He announced that he requested some points, including not to hold the election in the current situation, and urged the military council to initiate changes.