This report shows how Puma Energy, majority-owned by global commodity giant Trafigura, has played a key role in supplying the Myanmar military since 2015 through its Myanmar entities. It also shows how global and regional oil companies, as well as maritime insurers, vessel owners, shipping agents and truck distributors, also play a part in this supply chain. Without the provision of aviation fuel, the Myanmar military would have no means to power the aircraft responsible for air strikes amounting to crimes. Amnesty International is therefore calling on states and companies to suspend the supply of aviation fuel to Myanmar.
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