The expelled Myanmar envoy to the UK has encouraged the British Government to help him as he faces being ousted from his home by the country’s military system.
Kyaw Zwar Minn, who was a week ago constrained out of the Myanmar government office at the sets of the junta, was advised to take off from by Thursday the London house where he has lived with his family since his arrangement in 2013 or face arraignment.
The military system – which held onto power on Feb 1, preparing for a ridiculous concealment of all regular citizen resistance – seems resolved to separate vengeance on the envoy for setting out to censure the overthrow.
Presently he has asked Boris Johnson’s administration to mediate and offer security to him and his family.
Talking outside his home in Hampstead he said: “I say to the British Government help me, help me, help me. I’m trusting they will do as such over the course of the following not many days.”