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Myanmar Junta Minister Heads to Beijing for Security Talks

File image of Myanmar Lieutenant-General Yar Pyae who will hold talks in China about the deterioriating security situation in the Southeast Asian country.

The Myanmar junta’s home minister has left for China for security talks with Beijing’s minister for public security, state media said Thursday.

Lieutenant-General Yar Pyae left for China on Wednesday for a “working visit to discuss law enforcement and security cooperation from 24 to 29 April” at the invitation of Wang Xiaohong, according to the Global New Light of Myanmar.

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