BRUSSELS – The European Union put steps in order to take sanctions against Myanmar because of the ongoing murders and rapes by security forces in the state of Rohingya. The EU Foreign ministers will on Monday in Brussels to give the order for disciplinary action to prepare against high-ranking military who are guilty of human rights violations.
EU-buitenlandchef Federica Mogherini will also receive the task to submit proposals to make to the existing trade embargo on weapons and other means by which the population can be suppressed to strengthen and expand.
The United Nations have in the operations of the army against the Rohingya muslims are labelled as ethnic cleansing. More than 600,000 Rohingya have been the last time, fled to Bangladesh. According to senior EU officials, there is consensus among EU ministers that the “extremely serious situation” in Myanmar for a response. Canada and the US have already imposed sanctions against legerleiders set.