The United States has shown strictness in the growing atrocities of the army on people in Myanmar. The US has decided not to trade with Myanmar until democracy returns there. Along with the US, the Chiefs of Defense Staff (CDS) of 12 countries have also opposed military rule in Myanmar. The US Trade Representative Catherine Tye reported on Monday that these actions on Myanmar have been taken on the basis of the 2013 trade agreement. He said that we support those people of Myanmar who are engaged day and night in trying to bring back democracy. We condemn the army which persecuted the common people The CDS of 12 countries has issued a group statement against the Myanmar army. Among the countries issuing the statement are Australia, Canada, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Korea and the UK, besides the US. The statement said that as CDS, we condemn Myanmar’s military. In Myanmar, 459 civilians have been killed fighting the army so far. The most protests are taking place in the Kachin and Dawei states. Saturday became a dark day in Myanmar, when 114 ordinary civilians were killed by the army in a single day.