Malaysian advisory group urges Myanmar junta for better humanitarian access into country

Aminah Farid

After a year of more than 7,600 armed clashes and attacks on civilians, with over 1,400 fatalities, Asean leaders need to band together and play a more prominent role in easing the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar after its junta took control of the government, says the Malaysian Advisory Group on Myanmar. – EPA pic, February 2, 2022.

THE Malaysian Advisory Group on Myanmar wants the country’s military junta to provide more humanitarian aid access to its civilians.

In a statement, it also urged Asean to take decisive action to address the crisis that is affecting the region, including Malaysia.

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