ASEM : communiqué final de la rencontre des Ministres des Affaires étrangères
Réunis à Budapest les 6 et 7 juin, les Ministres des Affaires étrangères de l’ASEM ont approuvé la déclaration de la présidence de ce forum dont un paragraphe (ci-dessous) est consacré à la Birmanie.
« Ministers exchanged views on recent developments in Myanmar. Ministers underlined the potentially important role of the new Government and new institutional structures in Myanmar for peaceful democratic change, greater pluralism and economic progress. However they noted that the elections held on 7th November 2010 had raised a number of specific concerns. They expressed the hope that the new Government would take the necessary measures to create a constitutional, civilian system of Governance.
They supported the continuation of the good offices mission of the UNSG and called upon Myanmar to engage and cooperate more closely with the UN and International Community. They stressed the need for the Government of Myanmar to engage in dialogue with all parties concerned in an inclusive national reconciliation process. They also touched upon the issue of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. The timely release of all those remaining under detention would contribute significantly to this process. They stated their readiness to remain constructively engaged in achieving the aims of national reconciliation and of improving the economic and social conditions of the people of Myanmar. Their reiterated their commitment to the sovereign and territorial integrity of Myanmar and their view that the future of Myanmar lies in the hands of its people”.