PBBM urges action on Myanmar crisis

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. today called for the speedy implementation of the Five Point Consensus peace plan to address the deepening crisis in Myanmar, at the 41st ASEAN Summit Retreat in Cambodia.

The President made this remark in an intervention speech, urging his fellow ASEAN leaders to heed the call for the welfare and protection of the people of Myanmar.

“The Philippines thus reiterates the need for the speedy implementation of the Five Point Consensus, which Myanmar agreed to in the ASEAN Leaders’ Meeting held in Jakarta in April 2021,” Marcos said.

The Office of the Press Secretary explained that the peace plan sought to call for an urgent end to violence as well as step up dialogues between the military and the opposition movement.

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