Thai PM says Myanmar regime ‘losing strength’

Thai PM says Myanmar regime ‘losing strength’
Thai PM says Myanmar regime ‘losing strength’

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin told Reuters that now is a good time to open talks with Myanmar as the military regime that seized power in a 2021 coup is weakening. — Reuters pic

BANGKOK, April 8 — Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin told Reuters that now is a good time to open talks with Myanmar as the military regime that seized power in a 2021 coup is weakening.

Myanmar is in the throes of an insurgency on multiple fronts, where allied anti-junta groups backed by a pro-democracy parallel government have seized control of several military posts and towns, including partially a key border town on the border with Thailand over the weekend.

It is the biggest challenge the Myanmar junta has faced since it mounted a coup against an elected government in 2021.

“The current regime is starting to lose some strength,” Srettha said in an interview yesterday, adding, “but even if they are losing, they have the power, the have the weapons.”

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“Maybe it’s time to reach out and make a deal,” he said. — Reuters

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