US says 'eyes wide open' in response to Myanmar changes

By REUTERS
May 12, 2012 01:10

 
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WASHINGTON - The United States is matching Myanmar's tentative steps toward democracy after decades of harsh military rule with a calibrated re-engagement, aware of the potential for setbacks, a senior US diplomat said on Friday.

Patrick Murphy, the State Department's deputy special representative for Myanmar, said Washington is deepening its engagement with the reformist government, looking at easing more sanctions and likely to appoint a US ambassador "in the coming weeks."

"We embrace these changes that are taking place with eyes wide open," he said in remarks at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a Washington think tank.

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