Phnom Penh (FN), Jan. 10 – Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen said that he did not care about some Myanmar people opposing his efforts to resolve the Myanmar crisis; his mission is to assist Myanmar escapes civil war.
The premier spoke at the inauguration ceremony of National Road No. 5 improvement project on Monday.
"I did not blame some Burmese people who burned and stepped on my portraits, but they need to know that their lives will be rescued from wars thanks to ASEAN roles, which includes my visit to Myanmar. The agreement to declare ceasefire by the Myanmar leaders is an important step [to securing peace],” the premier underlined.
Samdech also urged all parties in Myanmar to end the violence as Cambodia experienced civil war that lasted for almost three decades and the kingdom want the people of Myanmar to avoid this tragedy.
During the premier’s visit, Myanmar government had declared a five-month ceasefire with all Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs) until the end of February 2022 and decided to further extend it until end of 2022. The senior general has also assured the facilitation of the visit of the ASEAN chair’s special envoy to Myanmar and to meet with all parties concerned including EAOs taking into account of the prevailing situation in Myanmar.