China expects the Asean leaders’ summit over the weekend to pave the way for “a soft landing” for the crisis in Myanmar, according to Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Speaking by phone on Thursday, Wang exchanged views on Myanmar with his counterparts from Thailand and Brunei, which holds the rotating chair of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ahead of the long-awaited special meeting on the issue to be held in Jakarta on Saturday. Myanmar’s seat at the table will be…



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