Policy paper

UK Activities in Burma

The UK government has published UK Activities in Burma setting out the full range of UK work to support Burma’s democratic transition.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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UK Activities in Burma

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The UK government attaches great importance to encouraging and supporting Burma’s transition. Since the reform process started in 2011, our relationship with Burma has deepened and widened, as we have sought to support the reforms that have taken place, and to encourage further progress.

UK Activities in Burma explains the importance we attach to Burma and its transition, and summarises for the first time the full range of activities that government departments are undertaking.

Published 8 April 2014