The European Union will suspend most sanctions against Myanmar for a year while it assesses the country’s progress toward democracy, officials said Thursday. The officials said that while the decision would be formally taken by the EU’s 27 foreign ministers when they meet Monday in Luxembourg, it has already been agreed to in principle.
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