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YANGON: Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Wednesday that gave their activities on a recent trip to Thailand no reason for anyone to unhappy release speculated that high-profile visit angered the Government.
Suu Kyi's visits with Myanmar migrant workers and refugees, and their appearance on the World Economic Forum in Bangkok gained worldwide attention because it was the former political prisoner first trip outside Myanmar in 24 years.
Myanmar President Thein Sein visit had for an official after Thailand at the same time and for the same Conference, but moved and then broke his trip planned. Officials said he was at home, but it has been speculated that Thein being most stung out is was irritated.
"I do not think that I — something that someone in Burma could make fact, unhappy because what I did was, go worked for migrant workers to meet these officials in Thailand, which are responsible for migrant workers situation and we discussed matters of mutual benefit" Suu Kyi said Wednesday of some political activists, who preferred the old name for their country.
She said that the same was had for their visit to a refugee camp near the border with Myanmar, where she "very fruitful discussions," she said.
"I don't think that my work might affect the situation of the people in Burma, there in no way" Suu Kyi said at a press conference in Yangon.
Suu Kyi working with Thein being was gaining support in the domestic and abroad for development programme of the President, the opening of the country after decades of military rule is crucial. She has repeatedly said that she believes in Thein his sincerity in which social and political changes involve.
Suu Kyi had spoken frankly at the World Economic Forum on potential difficulties for foreign investors in Burma at a time if the Government is to help such investors, to stimulate the economy to advertising.
"I had given my views very openly on the Forum and I've heard that some who were unhappy," she said. "I have my honest opinion so that people can make a correct assessment of the country."
Western Nations loosened earlier this year sanctions that had applied to Myanmar under the country's previous repressive military regime, previously banned investment allows. Thein Sein is supported by the military, but through elections came to power and has initiated reforms that have won the approval of Suu Kyi and her National League for democracy party.
Suu Kyi's trip appeared to hasty to Thailand, and it was reported that the Thai authorities also were not consulted about their plans outraged.
"I appreciate everything that the Thai Government has to my visit there very happy," Suu Kyi said Wednesday. "The authorities in Thailand were very, very cooperative." "I have no complaint at all, to make about my time in Thailand."
Suu Kyi also talked about plans for their upcoming trip to Europe.
On 13 June, she should go on a five country tour that includes stops in Geneva, Paris, London, Oslo and Dublin. Among the highlights, their journey is one to Norway, where Suu Kyi formally accepted the Nobel Peace Prize she received in 1991. Is June 30, to return.
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