UN's new special envoy for Myanmar begins first trip to country
News Desk || shiningbd
The UN's new special envoy for Myanmar began her first trip to the country yesterday, a day after a junta court sentenced ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to six more years in jail for corruption. Noeleen Heyzer "will focus on addressing the deteriorating situation and immediate concerns as well as other priority areas of her mandate," according to a UN statement issued late Monday. It did not give details on who she would meet among the junta's top leadership or whether she would seek to meet Suu Kyi.
The Daily Star