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Britain suspended Myanmar in the midst of the Rakhine conflict
The LONDON - Britain said on Tuesday that it had abandoned its Myanmar army education classes because of the Rakhine state violent incident. It said it had "deep concern" about violations of the law and would not resume its course of action unless there was an "acceptable solution" to the continuing crises.
Since the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army carried out lethal assaults on 25 August on policemen, the Rakhine force in the community has been crippled. Political leaders and the army have rejected claims of violations of human dignity made by the army during the past weeks' safety missions. "In New York, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May tells Sky News that the military's actions against the Rohingya must stop.
"No further defense involvement or Burma Army personnel will be undertaken or trained by the Department of Defense until this problem is resolved. "Faced with the continuing violent events in the state of Rakhine, the increasing philanthropic crises and our grave concerns about the violations of the countryʼ respect for democracy and the rule of law, we have agreed to postpone the trainings for the Myanmar army until there is an adequate solution to the state.
"We call on the Myanmar authorities to take immediate action to end the Rakhine conflict and protect all civil populations, provide full and unrestricted support for relief and facilitating the civil government's compliance with the Rakhine Advisory Commission's advice. Britain's Assistant Secretary of State Mark Field said the British Army provided professional classes to the Myanmar army focusing on languages, good government, accounting, ethics, respect for people' s dignity and respect for the rule of Law.
Great Britain offered no military education, Field said. "He added that the United Kingdom is and remains a very firm proponent of the continuation of the EU weapons ban on Myanmar. On September 6, about 150 members of the Bundestag sent a letter to Foreign Minister Boris Johnson demanding the suspension of the education program.
The Burma Campaign UK, which has been demanding an end to the program since its launch in 2013, said it was "incredible" that the stop had taken so long. "Finishing this workout should have been a piece of cake, not something to dilly-dally about for three whole week during racial cleansing," said group leader Mark Farmaner.
This is what he described as a "catastrophic miscalculation". "Politics must now be fundamentally reconsidered and once again we must put the issue of inalienability first.