Myanmar expert: U.S.-led NATO countries keep intensifying Russia-Ukraine conflict

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#Myanmar expert on international relations Yin Myo Thu said in an interview with #China Media Group that #Russia and #Ukraine could have negotiated in order to de-escalate and calm the conflict, but the #U.S.-led #NATO kept intensifying the conflict and worsening the situation by sending weapons to Ukraine, sanctioning Russia and many other ways.

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