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Union Minister H.E. Daw Zin Mar Aung says that the ASEAN Five Point Consensus has failed

Union Minister for foreign affairs was quoted as opinion in an article on CNN.

It stated, “The current ASEAN Five Principles has failed. The international community needs a more effective strategy to help Myanmar and restore the civilian government.”

Among the ASEAN Five Point Consensus, the Terrorist Military Council has so far failed to release of all detainees including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and to hold constructive talks among all stakeholders,

To date, more than 10,000 people had been detained by the junta and more than 2,000 had been murdered.

Union Minister H.E. Dr. Sa Sa says that efforts are being made to receive humanitarian assistance from the international community

At the first anniversary of CDF CDM-SIYIN, Union Minister H.E. Dr. Sa Sa said, “We have made a lot of connections for humanitarian assistance. We are working with the international community and relevant governments to receive cross-border assistance for Rakhine, Kayin, Kachin, Sagaing, and Magway.”

The Union Minister also added that there are 12 departments under the Ministry of International Cooperation, including the Department of Humanitarian Affairs, which has so far provided more than 1000 million kyats in aid.

Over 4.6 million DMMK was received to support Ukritha’s victory and will be sent to PDF comrades

On 2 July, the Deputy Minister for Planning, Finance and Investment wrote on social media, “NUGPay family has received over 4.6 million DMMK within 48 hours of testing process of the netpay, and we will continue to send it to our PDF comrades.”

It is also said that the NUGPay family will continue to publish the Collective Certificate of Appreciation.

The Capture Battle of the Ukritha outpost in Kayin State has resulted in heavy casualties of military council troops.

The KNLA simultaneously occupied the military outposts in Mone Township, Nyaunglebin District of the KNU-controlled territory, resulting in heavy casualties, including by the Commander of the Military Council

On July 3, the KNU Central Committee released a battle report, “On the morning of 2 July, the KNU attacked and occupied the Kyaung Pya outpost, Aung Laung Sein outpost, Kyunpinseik outpost, Kawtpyin outpost, and Kyaungsu outpost in the KNU-Mong Township.”

Those outposts were said to be carrying out interference checks on public transportation and trying to gain control of the area.

According to the report, during the Capture Battles of the Aung Laung Sein outpost, Kyunpinseik outpost, Kawtpyin outpost, and Kyaungsu outpost, four members of the permanent militia of the terrorist junta were killed and the rest escaped. Those outposts were completely cleared, and eight guns and ammunition were seized.

There were casualties on both sides in the Capture Battle of the Kyaung Pya outpost, including a commander of the junta, and the number of casualties has not been confirmed yet. The final clearing operation has not yet been completed due to the air raids by the military junta.

The air raids attacked the fleeing civilians intentionally, killing Saw Biche and four other members of his family.

There were casualties during drone attacks by the defense forces while a group of soldiers was sitting in a palm grove between Chaung-U city and Nga-Yan village

On 3 July, Civilian’s Defense Security Organization of Myaung (CDSOM) released a battle report, “While a group of military junta troops, who stationed in Hmancho village in Chaung-U Township since 1 July, was sitting in a palm grove between Chaung-U City and Nga-Yan village, the people defense forces attacked with ENERGAs by using a drone.”

At least twelve soldiers of the junta were said to be killed in the drone operations.

The drone operations were carried out by twelve brotherhood allied forces, including CDSOM’s Drome Team, CDSOM Northern Combat and Defense Team 012, CDSOM Northern Combat and Defense Team BSK, Young Fighter People’s Defense Force of Myaung, Shwe-Ao Revolution Force, Chaung-U Middle Wolves Army, and the Chaung-U Township People’s Defense Force (CHUPDF).

The terrorist military troop airstrike attacked Sappya Kyin village, Tabayin Township

The Tabayin-based Kaungkin People Defense Force said, “On July 2, two planes opened fire on the village of Sappya Kyin in the western part of Tabayin Township. The villagers fled when they heard the sound of the plane, and no one was hurt. The houses were damaged, but all the villagers were safe.”

The military junta troop often airstrike attack and reconnoiter the villages in some townships in Sagaing Division despite no clash.

Burmese-born people protest in Sweden to overthrow dictatorial terrorist military leader Min Aung Hlaing

The various ethnic/religious groups of Burmese-born people in Sweden collectively protest on 2 July.

The protest was led by the Swedish Myanmar Supporting Community (SMSC) and was attended by more than 50 people.

The SMSC held the protest as planned, with participants chanting prayers, singing revolutionary songs, and chanting slogans in their respective religions.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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