Also this week, the regime praised China as a model neighbor and warned the Arakan Army its patience has limits as the junta’s relations with the group continued to sour.
Regime forces are stepping up attacks on the resistance strong-hold of Magwe Region.
The powerful ethnic armed organization was responding to the regime spokesperson’s warning of possible future conflict in Rakhine State.
Many ethnic armed organizations are boycotting the talks with the regime in the capital Naypyitaw.
Regime troops are rounding up civilians with alleged links to the Arakan Army.
The battle for Thay Baw Boe camp was another victory for the ethnic Karen fighters who have overrun several army camps in Karen State since last year.
The regime said it would mirror Australia’s decision to replace its ambassador to Myanmar with a chargé d’affaires.
Repeated clashes are being reported in southern Shan State as the regime deploys large numbers of troops to the area.
NUG finance minister U Tin Tun Naing reveals more plans to generate income, including putting 60 military-owned properties in Yangon on sale.
Min Aung Hlaing’s acquisition of the exclusive Yangon residence at 14 Inya Road reveals his greed and corruption.
Current ASEAN chair Cambodia has already welcomed some of the regime’s top generals to ASEAN meetings despite their involvement in atrocities.
Thay Baw Boe in Karen State was used by the military to reinforce frontline troops; the KNLA and allied resistance fighters seized it despite being hit by air strikes.
The Thwe Tout group has killed at least 20 people and waged a terror campaign, forcing party members and their relatives to hide or flee the country.
Fuel importers say they are struggling to ensure supplies because of the regime’s restrictions on foreign exchange.
Myanma Economic Holdings failed to pay its annual dividends to its shareholders, many of whom are members of the armed forces.