After the United States decided to improve ties with Myanmar, the United Kingdom was the first country to follow suit. As British Prime Minister David Cameron said in April, "There are prospects for change in Burma and I think it is right for the rest of the world to respond to those changes."
Above, Cameron meets with Sein in Naypyidaw on Apr. 13. He was the first British prime minister to visit the country since 1948.
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