(MENAFN- Nam News Network)
YANGON, Oct 15 (NNN-MNA) – Myanmar’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said, the country is looking forward to confirmation on the ASEAN special envoy’s visit, a press release said.
Regarding a visit by the special envoy, also the Second Minister of Brunei’s Foreign Affairs, Erywan bin Pehin Yusof, the ministry said, it had explained the exercise of maximum flexibility in accommodating the ASEAN special envoy’s visit to Myanmar.
In response to the recent press statement by the special envoy, Myanmar’s Foreign Affairs Ministry called for access to all parties concerned, on his visit to Myanmar. “As Myanmar has been prioritising peace and tranquility in the country, some requests which go beyond the permission of existing laws will be difficult to be accommodated,” it said.
The ministry said, Myanmar welcomes the special envoy and believes that he will carry out his position in a neutral and impartial manner, in accordance with the principles enshrined in the ASEAN Charter and based on the ASEAN spirit.
The ministry reaffirmed that the country is committed to constructively cooperate in the implementation of the five-point consensus, reached in Apr by ASEAN leaders, regarding the situation in Myanmar.
The leaders called for an immediate end to the violence in Myanmar, with constructive and inclusive dialogues and pledged to provide humanitarian aid to the country.
Myanmar declared a state of emergency on Feb 1 this year, and the state power has been held by the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services, Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing.– NNN-MNA
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