UN Security Council calls on Myanmar to suspend uranium enrichment

The killing of 52 people in a peaceful protest against the military rule in Myanmar has drawn worldwide condemnation. The UN Security Council even held a meeting expressing concern over the incident. The meeting called on the countries to take united action against the Myanmar army.

In the days leading up to the coup, Myanmar’s military tried to withdraw ১০ 1 billion from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, but US officials seized it immediately. The country’s military-controlled businesses were later banned from doing business.

Earlier, on February 1, the government overthrew the government of democratically elected civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and captured her and other top leaders, including President Win Mint. Since the incident, ordinary people have erupted in protests demanding the release of the coup leaders and the arrested leaders.

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