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National Unity Government releases a statement saying that the military junta is intent on making a mockery

On 8 July, the National Unity Government released the Statement on the visit of the ASEAN Special Envoy to Myanmar.

The statement said that after Special Envoy Park Sokhonn’s second visit to Myanmar, it is clear that the military junta is intend on making a mockery of ASEAN.

It stated that despite his earnest efforts, with only five months left in his term, Special Envoy Park Sokhonn was empty-handed, and that followed the designed pattern by the military, which turned down each ASEAN demand and sought to frustrate all efforts to implement the ASEAN Five-Point Consensus.

“How many indignities can ASEAN leaders tolerate from an aspiring tyrant before correcting course?”, asked Daw Zin Mar Aung, Union Minister of Foreign Affairs, while welcoming the continuing efforts of Special Envoy.

“Malaysian Foreign Minister Dato’ Sri Saifuddin Abdullah has rightly called on ASEAN to move from the ‘non-interference’ policy to a ‘constructive engagement or non-indifference’ policy,” stated the Minister.

The Minister continued that Dato’ Sri Saifuddin Abdullah’s demand implied equally to ASEAN’s own reputation.

Union Minister Dr. Sa Sa says that bloodshed is taking place in Myanmar every day because of the violence perpetrated by Terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing and his associates

Union Minister Dr. Sa Sa said in his statement on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the 7 July Rangoon University Student Protests.

The statement said, “Now the atrocities and violence committed by the Terrorist Military Leader Min Aung Hlaing and his associates are causing bloodshed in Myanmar every day.”

As a result of the atrocities committed by the terrorist soldiers led by the Terrorist Military Leader, about half of Myanmar’s population, 27 million people, are facing starvation.

Of these, over 15 million Myanmar citizens are in the worst situation.

An estimated 1.2 million people in Myanmar are homeless and living in refugee camps in the jungle.

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says that the health care mechanism in Myanmar is being implemented in collaboration with ethnic groups

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe told the Irrawaddy in July, “Our health care system in Myanmar had collapsed then. There, we participated in CDM, and we provided free health care at the same day. For now, it is the time to rebuild, it is the time we are re-implementing the health care mechanism in collaboration with the ethnic groups.”

There are over 4000 health care personals under the Ministry of Health of the National Unity Government, providing health care to people.

It has 167 hospitals and clinics, 156 specialists, over 156 doctors, and 560 nurses, providing on-ground and online health care to the people.

Human Rights Minister calls on all parties to refrain from violence against civilians and unarmed during war

Union Minister for Human Rights wrote on social media on 8 July, “During the war, there was law and ethics. Fighting against each party at any cost to win is the nature of war. However, every individual and group should refrain from violence against civilians and unarmed people.”

To date, the military junta forces had burned over 20,000 civilian buildings, including houses, schools, and churches.

Deputy Minister U Min Zeyar Oo says that NUGPay can now be used to provide support to the Karenni Region

Deputy Minister for Planning, Finance and Investment U Min Zeyar Oo wrote on social media on 8 July, “NUGPay can now be used to provide support to PDF Loikaw.”

NUGPay family’s support program for Ukritha’s victory by testing Net Pay remittance process could provide 4.5 million DMMK within 48 hours.

Military junta’s column allied with about 100 BGF forces tried to invade the areas along the Myawaddy-WawLay road, resulting in clashes with the Cobra Column and heavy casualties

On 7 July, the Cobra Column reported, “LIB (207), LIB (8), LIB (204), LIB (9), LIB (102) and LIB (102) under the 44th Division of the Terrorist Military, and about 100 BGF forces led by Bo Mote Thon gathered near Phalu lay and Phalu Gyi, and tried to invade the areas along the Myawaddy-WawLay road.

The allied column arrived at the three-story bend (locally known) on the Myawaddy-WawLay road on 7 July and clashed with the Cobra Column guarding around there.

According to Cobra Column, until 9 am on 8 July, the identities of five corpses, including a captain and a medic, were confirmed and several members of the Terrorist Military junta were found dead.

One MA-1, 475 rounds of its ammunition, four ammunition boxes, an ENERGA bomb, and other related items were confiscated.

No casualties and injuries were reported from the Cobra Column.

Military junta troops set fire to Shadu village in Pakokku Township

According to local sources, the military junta troops set fire to Shadu village in the early morning of July 8.

The village has about 200 houses and most of which were at risk of burning down.

At present, locals are fleeing the area due to the presence of junta troops.

KGZ Army announces 130 mm artillery will be started using soon

On 7 July, KGZ Army unveiled the heavy artilleries, and said, “We will soon start using the 130mm artilleries, which is not as powerful as the other artilleries, but will be cost-effective and easy to reproduce.”

The KGZ Army has announced that it will begin operations soon.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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