Sanctions could target top officials or businesses linked to country’s military.
- Simon Marks
Several EU countries are considering expanding sanctions against Myanmar in the wake of calls from the United Nations for senior military officials from the country to be investigated for genocide against the Rohingya population.
The EU has already placed sanctions — including a travel ban and asset freezes — on seven senior officials accused of committing serious human rights abuses against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority.
But mounting evidence of human rights violations — coupled with the…