The Burmese ambassador to the United Kingdom is no longer allowed to enter his own embassy in London. He said he was turned away by his agent, allegedly because he opposed the military coup in his country.
Ambassador Kyaw Zwar Minn recently kept his distance from the military government Early February A coup was held and the head of government of Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested. The ambassador recently called for her release.
As a result, he stood in front of a closed door last night:
“This is my building”
Diplomatic sources told Reuters that Deputy Ambassador Chitwin in London had taken over the army and blocked the ambassador.
Kyaw Zwar Minn said he is contacting the British Foreign Office regarding what happened. He spoke to the demonstrators in front of the embassy. He told Reuters: “This is my building and I have to go in. That’s why I am here.” “This is a kind of coup in central London.”
After the coup, demonstrations broke out in Myanmar and were brutally suppressed.According to the Political Prisoners’ Assistance Association, the situation has been sufficient since the seizure of power on February 1. 550 killed By the army. Approximately 2,750 people were imprisoned or punished.