British media have been represented by the deputy ambassador, who received the intention of the military to cause a coup after the Myanmar ambassador to London, who was seeking the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, was locked out of the embassy building. I am told that I have become an ambassador.

Several media outlets, including Reuters, reported on the 8th that the Myanmar embassy in London was occupied by military attachés and that Ambassador Cho Zua Min was shut out of the embassy.

Ambassador Cho Zua Min said outside the building, "It's like a coup d'etat in the middle of London. I'm the Ambassador of Myanmar and this is my building."

The ambassador was critical of the coup, including issuing a statement calling for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, who was detained by the military, on the 8th of last month, and British Foreign Minister Rab praised the statement as courageous. Was there.

In response to this statement, the Myanmar military has announced through state media that the ambassador will be summoned, for example, for failing to perform the assigned mission.

Reuters reported that a deputy ambassador, who was involved in the military attaché's closure of the ambassador, became a chargé d'affaire, according to several diplomatic sources.