China rejects suggestion that it supported coup in Myanmar

China rejects suggestion that it supported coup in Myanmar
China rejects suggestion that it supported coup in Myanmar

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - The Chinese government’s top diplomat met last month during a scheduled visit to the Myanmar capital with officials including the country’s military chief, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing. — Reuters pic

BEIJING, Feb 3 — China’s foreign ministry today rejected the suggestion that it supported or gave tacit consent to today’s military coup in neighbouring Myanmar.

“Relevant theories are not true. As Myanmar’s friendly neighbouring country, we wish that all sides in Myanmar can appropriately resolve their differences, and uphold political and social stability,” foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said in response to a question at a daily briefing.

The Chinese government’s top diplomat met last month during a scheduled visit to the Myanmar capital with officials including the country’s military chief, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, who this week seized power in the coup. — Reuters

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