Asean looks to China for ‘follow-up’ on stalled Myanmar consensus plan

Asean leaders on Monday insisted that the five-point consensus plan forged in April to de-escalate Myanmar’s post-coup violence needed to be implemented without delay, with Indonesia saying it would appreciate China’s help to “follow up” on the matter.The remarks by the top diplomats of Indonesia and Singapore came on the sidelines of a meeting in Chongqing between Association of Southeast Asian Nations foreign ministers and their Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, and as hundreds of civil society…


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