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Burma

Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with the Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s comments on Burma, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) referred to the Foreign Secretary’s statement on Burma at the end of last week and said that the Government’s position was that we deplored the continued repression of ordinary citizens by the Burmese regime and we were deeply concerned by reports of further acts of violence perpetrated this week by security officials against peaceful demonstrators.

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