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Myanmar Crisis

ASEAN discusses excluding Myanmar junta chief from summit: envoy

Malaysia, other members raise issue due to lack of progress on restoring peace

Erywan Yusof, ASEAN's special envoy to Myanmar, says, "Up until today there has been no progress on the implementation of the five-point consensus, and this has raised a concern."   © Reuters

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Reuters) -- Southeast Asian countries are discussing not inviting the head of Myanmar's junta to a summit later this month, due to a lack of progress on an agreed road map to restore peace in the strife-torn country, a regional envoy said on Wednesday.

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