Several armed groups that are currently fighting the regime snubbed Min Aung Hlaing’s earlier invite to talks.
Min Aung Hlaing’s call for talks is seen as a desperate attempt to reduce attacks from ethnic armed organizations while the regime battles the people's defense forces.
Three of Myanmar’s oldest ethnic political organizations call on UN and ASEAN to declare no fly zone to protect civilians from regime’s indiscriminate air attacks.
Unverified claims of ambushes across the country suggest the regime continues to lose soldiers.
Myanmar’s regime police and soldiers were caught in ambushes in Sagaing Region and Chin and Kayah states on Monday and Tuesday.
A regime-controlled newspaper claims that ethnic armed groups are taking advantage of political turmoil caused by the coup to further their own military goals.