Daily Local News In Brief – November 19, 2022 (Evening)

Daily Local News In Brief – November 19, 2022 (Evening)

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 News Source – Radio NUG broadcast

Summary of News

  1. At the Regular Coordinating Meeting of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), the NUG Ministry of Foreign Affairs explains the ministry’s activities
  2. NUG Foreign Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung says that it would be a big mistake to assume that the military council has changed just because they have released a few detainees
  3. NUG Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung says that all revolutionary forces need to continue pressuring the military council
  4. The NUG Ministry of Foreign Affairs opens its first office in Washington, D.C., USA
  5. The American Congresswoman clearly states that the United States must recognize the National Unity Government as the legitimate government
  6. PDF South Monywa notices not to use the Monywa – Chaung-U road section except for health purpose
  7. The MFDMC provides 150,000 baht of support to the headquarters column of the 6th KNLA Brigade

 

1. At the Regular Coordinating Meeting of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), the NUG Ministry of Foreign Affairs explains the ministry’s activities

The Regular Coordinating Meeting of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) was held on November 17 at 19:00 via video conferencing.

At the meeting, U Aung Kyi Nyunt, Chairman of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw, gave an opening speech. Daw Zin Mar Aung, Union Minister of Foreign Affairs, then discussed the ministry’s current communication activities with regional and strategic partner countries, progresses, discussions between the Union Minister and Deputy Minister and international strategic allies, the liaison activities of Myanmar’s Representative to the United Nations, U Kyaw Moe Tun, collaborations with other NUG ministries and other organizations, review plans, and challenges encountered.

The members of the CRPH who attended discussed and exchanged their views regarding the minister’s briefings.

Following that, the affairs committees presented and discussed their work.

 

2. NUG Foreign Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung says that it would be a big mistake to assume that the military council has changed just because they have released a few detainees

The NUG Foreign Minister made this comment on the release of prisoners by the military council in November.

“It would be a big mistake to assume that the military council has changed just because they have released a few people whom they had unjustly detained,” said the minister.

Since the military coup on February 1, 2021, the terrorist military has arrested and detained over ten thousand people and killed over two thousand. So far, the terrorist military has burned down nearly 40,000 houses and buildings across the country.

 

3. NUG Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung says that all revolutionary forces need to continue pressuring the military council

Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung said this at the Live Charity Concert organized by the CDF-Matupi Fundraising Committee on November 19.

“We all are fighting together. We are trying to break down the violence of the military council. We must continue to pressurize the military council. We must continue to resist. We cannot give up on this,” said the minister.

In addition, the minister also said that the military council is releasing political prisoners as a result of its failure, and this involves the efforts of revolutionary forces and international pressure.

 

4. The NUG Ministry of Foreign Affairs opens its first office in Washington, D.C., USA

The opening ceremony of the Foreign Office of the National Unity Government was held on Friday, November 18, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Washington, DC, USA.

Deputy Foreign Minister U Moe Zaw Oo told Radio NUG about the opening of the NUG Foreign Office.

 

We held a small ceremony in Washington, D.C., to introduce the foreign office of the National Unity Government to the Myanmar community in this region. It’s been two or three weeks since we opened our office.

During this period, in order to further expand the foreign affairs-related activities of the National Unity Government, there are the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Parliaments, and International Organizations [in Washington, D.C.]. Moreover, Washington, D.C., is also the city where the embassies are headquartered. Therefore, from Washington D.C., we are preparing to deal with our international affairs, foreign affairs, and issues to gain more support for the National Unity Government from the international community, and through this, we are also preparing to carry out issues that will greatly contribute to our revolution. And also with the Myanmar community, including all ethnic people here, we are preparing what we can do about foreign affairs and what we can coordinate about the revolution. We have also met with individuals and organizations that we should meet with and are working hard to make our work effective.

Those are the activities that we intend to carry out after opening our office. The Myanmar community here helps us with many things, and we also have a plan to work together with them to coordinate and implement our work.

(((((   U Moe Zaw Oo – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (NUG)   )))))

U Htin Linn Aung, Union Minister of Communication, Information and Technology; U Moe Zaw Oo, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; and Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun attended the opening ceremony. It is also learned that the introduction ceremony will soon be held and will invite Myanmar-born people living in the United States.

 

5. The American Congresswoman clearly states that the United States must recognize the National Unity Government as the legitimate government

On November 18, American Congresswoman Ilhan Omar said that the United States must recognize the National Unity Government as the official government of Myanmar.

“The United States must recognize the National Unity Government as the legitimate government of Burma, and never give legitimacy to the coup leaders,” Rep. Ilhan Omar said.

ASEAN and most of the Western countries have started to recognize and communicate with the National Unity Government.

 

6. PDF South Monywa notices not to use the Monywa – Chaung-U road section except for health purpose

On November 19, the People’s Defence Force – South Monywa release a notice not to use Monywa – Chaung-U road section except for health purpose.

“The military council troops are busy on the Monywa – Mandalay road, particularly the Monywa – Chaung-U road section. Therefore, we respectfully inform the public not to use the Monywa – Mandalay road, especially the Monywa – Chaung-U road section, except for emergency health purposes, and if you have to use it mandatorily, to stay away from military council vehicles,” the People’s Defence Force – South Monywa said.

Terrorist military troops burned down properties in Paung Lal Kone Village all night on November 18, and they burned down the village’s rest houses this morning. 

 

7. The MFDMC provides 150,000 baht of support to the headquarters column of the 6th KNLA Brigade

On November 19, the Myanmar Federal Democratic Mission Coalition (MFDMC), an expatriate support team officially recognized by the MOD-NUG, announced, “For the goal of ending the military dictatorship and establishing a new federal democratic union, we provide 150,000 baht of support to the 6th Brigade Headquarters Column of the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) with monthly support from federal democratic supporters.”

It is said that the support is provided with the support money of the federal democratic supporters living abroad, and it has been sent directly to the destination quickly and accurately under the guidance of the Ministry of Defence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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