The UN Security Council is calling for the release of all political prisoners in Burma, including Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Expressing concern at the ``political impact'' of Suu Kyi's current trial, a press statement agreed today by all 15 council members reiterated the need for Burma's military rulers ``to create the necessary conditions for a genuine dialogue'' with Suu Kyi and other opposition and minority groups ``to achieve an inclusive national reconciliation.'' The United States had initially urged the council to adopt a stronger presidential statement, which becomes part of the council's official record. But diplomats said it was downgraded to a press statement to get approval from all council members - including China and Russia, which have close ties to Burma's government.