Cameron meets Myanmar Leaders on Historic Visit

(Naypyidaw) – British Prime Minister, David Cameron met Myanmar’s President, Thein Sein on the first visit in decades by a Western leader to Myanmar, as world powers consider lifting sanctions. Thein Sein hailed the visit as “historic” as he welcomed Cameron to his official residence in Naypyidaw.
“We are very pleased and encouraged by your acknowledgement of Myanmar’s efforts to promote democracy and human rights,” he told Cameron. The British premier will also Aung San Suu Kyi in Yangon during the one-day visit.

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