Indonesia says foreign minister's planned visit to Myanmar not going ahead

Reuters | Jakarta | Updated: 24-02-2021 13:28 IST | Created: 24-02-2021 08:49 IST
Indonesia says foreign minister's planned visit to Myanmar not going ahead
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Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi will not travel to Myanmar to hold talks with the country's military leaders following a military coup earlier this month, a spokesman for the foreign ministry said on Wednesday.

"After taking into account the current development and the input of other ASEAN countries this is not the ideal time to conduct a visit to Myanmar," Indonesian Foreign Ministry spokesman Teuku Faizasyah told a news briefing.

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