UN chief plans to discuss future action on Myanmar UNSC

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October 3, 2007 21:47

 
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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he plans to discuss future action on Myanmar with the UN Security Council on Friday and said addressing the human rights situation in the country must remain a top international concern. Ban said Wednesday he would meet Thursday afternoon with his special envoy, Ibrahim Gambari, who delivered "the strongest possible message" to Myanmar's military leaders during a four-day visit.


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