The US President has threatened to impose sanctions on Myanmar again

US President Joe Biden has threatened to impose sanctions on Myanmar again.

Joe Biden made this threat in the case of the Myanmar army taking power in a coup and detaining the country's top leaders.

The US President yesterday threatened a Monday local time, calling for a concerted international response to force Myanmar's military to reduce its powers.

Biden condemned the top leaders of Myanmar's military for overturning the democratic government and detaining the democratically elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.

In a statement, Biden said the international community must speak together to remove the Myanmar military from power.

Leaders and activists detained by the army must be released.

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