The Biden administration is furious against Myanmar


US President Joe Biden has approved an executive order imposing a blockade on Myanmar's military junta. This will include the country's military leaders, their families and their business relations. As a result, 1 billion in Myanmar military funding will be blocked in the United States.

A woman was shot by police during a protest against the coup. The condition of that woman is critical. He has been taken to ICU. The United States is going to take action when she is in such a condition. The name of the woman who was stabbed is Maya Thaui Thaui Khaing. He took part in the protest on Tuesday. Police water cannon at demonstrators, rubber bullets and live ammunition to disperse them and tried to continue. Khaing was shot in the head. The Biden administration was furious.

They are demanding the withdrawal of the Myanmar coup and the release of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi. In this regard, Biden said, the people of Myanmar are raising their demands and the world is watching. Stricter measures will be taken if necessary. He said that while the number of people protesting was increasing, violence against these people who were practicing democratic rights was not acceptable. We want to withdraw it.

Joe Biden said his administration could impose the first round of blockade targets this week. Meanwhile, several Myanmar army leaders have been blacklisted for committing atrocities against Rohingya Muslims. “We are going to strictly control exports,” Biden said.

Seizing US assets, from which the Myanmar government benefits. However, we will continue to support the people in health care, civil rights groups and other areas. This is the first such blockade since Joe Biden took office last month.

Leaders and activists are still being arrested. Local government officials and Election Commission officials have been arrested recently. However, they have denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia's intelligence have been made more than once. However, the chances of his sister Maya Thaui Thaui Khaing surviving are slim.

In his words - the heart is breaking. He has only mother in the family. My father has already died. I am the eldest of four siblings. Maya Thaui Thaui Khaing was the youngest. I can't explain anything to my mother. We have nothing to say. Earlier, the military junta had been in power in Myanmar for decades.

Security forces killed a large number of protesters between 1988 and 2007. At least 3,000 people were killed in 1988. At least 30 people were killed in 2007. Thousands of people were detained in both the cases.

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