Washington: The United States has imposed sanctions on a few more people and organizations for their ties to the military government established in Myanmar.
In this regard, John Kirby, the strategic communications coordinator of the White House’s National Security Council, said that we will continue to work with our allies to hold Myanmar’s military administration to account for wrongdoing.
Speaking at his daily online press conference, John Kirby said that on February 1, 2021, two years after the military coup in Myanmar, the sanctions were applied to 6 individuals and 3 organizations providing financial and arms support to the rebel government. will be done
“We have imposed sanctions on 80 individuals and 30 institutions so far since the coup,” John Kirby said. He further informed that tomorrow US President Joe Biden will meet King Abdullah II of Jordan in which regional security and Iran issues will be discussed.
Coordinator John Kirby said that Joe Biden will also meet with Brazilian President Luiz Lula da Silva in February this month. Apart from this, Foreign Minister Anthony Blanken will visit China next week.
He said that in his meeting with his counterpart, a number of issues including the dialogue on military and environmental issues, which were cut off after the visit of former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, will be on the agenda.