Unlike the grand receptions afforded other visitors, Min Aung Hlaing met Noeleen Heyzer in the lowly parlor of his SAC Chairman’s Office.
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Other Asian countries, keen to boost post-coronavirus growth, are recruiting from Myanmar’s younger population as people flee military rule.
Torrential downpours and landslides also struck Mon and Kayah states with further heavy monsoon rain expected in southern and western Myanmar.
The British financial media firm last month named UAB as Myanmar’s ‘Best Bank’ despite its ties to Myanmar’s military regime and to sanction-hit company IGE.
People at home and overseas have been using mobile wallet apps to give financial support to the anti-coup movement.
Min Aung Hlaing told his ministers to expect more “counterterrorism operations” against Myanmar’s many resistance forces.
After Noeleen Heyzer met Min Aung Hlaing on Wednesday, a junta spokesman quickly declared it an ‘official meeting’ between the UN official and the ‘Myanmar government’.
National League for Democracy lawmakers said few would apply for the pensions and that it was an attempt by the junta to divide the anti-coup movement.
Editorial & Opinion
Soe Win remains loyal to junta chief Min Aung Hlaing; he will continue to run the war against civilians, EAOs and PDFs while awaiting his turn as military chief.Read Now
Since the coup, an already sinister list has become much darker, with junta chief Min Aung Hlaing outdoing even his evil predecessors.
The regime claims the groups are being formed at the request of local people for their own protection, but many listed as members had no knowledge of their
Through brutality and ineptitude, the junta leader has turned the Tatmadaw into a personal army that is reviled by the people.
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