US President Joe Biden has expressed strong resentment over the killing of civilians involved in demonstrations against the coup by security forces in Myanmar. Biden said, 'This is frightening. This is complete cruelty. According to the news that I have received, a large number of people have been killed unnecessarily.
Firing at American center
The head of the US House Foreign Affairs Committee, MP Gregory Meeks, said more than 100 people died on Saturday on Myanmar's National Armed Forces Day and firing at the US center in Yangon. This incident is being investigated. He said, 'The Burmese army took an absurd and barbaric stand on the country's National Armed Forces Day and took hundreds of lives. It was the bloodiest day since the illegal military coup by the junta.
12 countries issued a statement
Myanmar has provoked worldwide anger over Saturday's firing on pro-Democracy protesters and the killing of 114 people. Defense chiefs of 12 countries of the world issued a joint statement on Sunday condemning the firing against peaceful protesters. Defense chiefs have demanded Myanmar's military to improve its attitude and listen to the voice of the people.
These countries landed in protest
According to the news agency DPA, the United States, Britain, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan have issued this joint statement. The statement was released on Saturday after 114 people were killed in protests. Let me tell you, in Myanmar, the army had overthrown the elected government of Aan San Suu Kyi last month and announced the military rule in the country. Despite the restrictions in Myanmar against the move of the army, people are taking to the streets on a large scale.