External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar held an exchange of perspectives with his Brunei Darussalam counterpart Dato Haji on the Myanmar situation.
Mr Dato Erywan is also the ASEAN’s Special Envoy to Myanmar.
India stressed that it remains in full support of restoring the democratic process in Myanmar.
Earlier, the ASEAN leaders had urged the head of Myanmar’s military chief Senior General Min Aung to end the violence in Myanmar.
Since February 1, 2021, Myanmar has been living under a coup.
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The Myanmar military junta overthrowing the civilian government had declared a state of emergency in the country.
The coup has triggered several demonstrations and protests by civilians and activists.
There has also been a lot of bloodshed and violence in the country following the Feb 1 coup.
So far in the aftermath of coup violence in Myanmar, its security forces have killed several people during the crackdown.
Moreover, the junta has branded a rival National Unity Government set up by supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi as a terrorist group.
Since Myanmar remains an important neighbour to India, it remains important to highlight what India thinks of its neighbour especially when Burma is in the grip of military rule.
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