Urge the UN Security Council to immediately stop the sexual violence committed by the Burmese terrorist army.
U Kyaw Moe Tun, the Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, urged the United Nations Security Council to focus on immediately stopping the sexual violence perpetrated by the terrorist army against women and girls in Myanmar and to demand an immediate end.
On July 13th, the United Nations Security Council held the "Women, Peace, and Security: Sexual Violence in Conflict" held by the ambassador during an Open Debate.
In addition, Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun said that he is grateful to the UN Secretary-General and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for correctly including the Myanmar Army and border guards under the military in this year's report on the list of suspects responsible for or suspected of committing rape or other sexual violence during armed conflicts.
The Burmese terrorist army is unwilling to deal with sexual violence committed by its soldiers and continues to maintain the practice of not punishing the perpetrators.
Therefore, I urge the member states of the Security Council to take effective measures to permanently end the impunity enjoyed by the Myanmar military, and to start a negotiation process without delay in order to adopt the Myanmar resolution in a timely manner.