The United States announced that they will hold the military junta in Myanmar accountable for its airstrikes attack.
The United States has announced that Myanmar military junta must work for justice and accountability for those who carry out airstrikes and commit acts of violence and human rights violations with contempt for humanity and international law.
United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas Greenfield, announced that the April 11th airstrike by the Myanmar military junta in Pazigyi village, which killed more than 170 people, including children, was a violation of international humanitarian law, including the rules to protect people.
The statement stated that the United Nations Security Council will support Resolution No. 2669 and the 5 ASEAN Common Agreements and hold accountable the violence and human rights violations committed by the Myanmar military council.
As the United States, they will partner with the United Nations Security Council, United Nations member countries and regional partners, including ASEAN, to continue to support the restoration of the democratic system and peace in Myanmar.