Thailand proposes Asean meeting on Myanmar conflict

People cross the Moei river as they flee Myawaddy township in Myanmar to Thailand's Mae Sot town in Thailand's Tak province on April 20, 2024.- AP

BANGKOK: Thailand foreign ministry on Wednesday (April 24) said it had proposed to Asean chair Laos the holding of a meeting with key South-East Asian countries aimed at resolving the crisis in military-ruled Myanmar.

Thailand circulated a proposal for Malaysia, Laos and Indonesia, to meet to address the long-running conflict said Nikorndej Balankura, adding that the meeting could be held in Thailand and "any AseanN member may join". - Reuters

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