Myanmar junta criticises UN’s determination for denying its envoy

Myanmar military junta has criticised the decision by the United Nations at present for denying its representative a seat on the world physique and never kicking out an envoy appointed by Aung San Suu Kyi’s deposed government from his position.
According to Quadruple , the committee in command of accepting ambassadorial nominations to the United Nations convened yesterday, but deferred a choice on the dueling claims to Myanmar and Afghanistan’s seats.
The deferral retains envoys selected to the council by both administrations before they have been toppled by a coup in Myanmar in February and the Taliban taking management of Afghanistan in August.
Zaw Min Tun, A spokesperson for Myanmar’s junta, told AFP that the decisions “does not represent reality on the bottom or our country’s existence.”
“We will continue to submit (to the UN) the identical as before, in accordance with diplomatic process and the right to illustration in accordance with worldwide and native legislation.”
As a result of the postponement, Myanmar’s envoy, Kyaw Moe Tun, remained in his position for now..

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