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Mr. Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State, received Union Ministers of the National Unity Government and discussed the issues of Myanmar

On September 21, Mr. Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State, received U Aung Kyi Nyunt, Chairman of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), U Aung Myo Min, Union Minister of Human Rights, U Htin Linn Aung, Union Minister of Communications, Information and Technology, U Moe Zaw Oo, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, and U Aung Kyaw Moe, Advisor to the Ministry of Human Rights.

U Aung Myo Min, Union Minister of Human Rights, said, “Both sides exchanged views on sectors to be targeted for continued sanctions by the U.S government, justice and law enforcement issues, humanitarian assistance, technology, communication and skills development aids, etc.,”

In addition, the National Unity Government presented and discussed that, regarding the ASEAN five-point consensus, not only ASEAN countries but also partner countries that are interested in Myanmar’s affairs should cooperate and need to cooperate on it; regarding the planned election by the military junta, it is not possible at any point to accept it; NUG had already issued comments on it; and the international community should act without recognizing the junta’s preparations for elections.

Mr. Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State, said that he does not believe that the planned election by the military junta will be a free and fair election and that the United States will not work to recognize the election.

U Aung Kyi Nyunt, the Chairman of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), discussed the terrorist military’s air attacks on a school in Tabayin Township, Sagaing Division, at international meetings

On September 22, the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) released an announcement regarding the terrorist military’s air attacks on a school in Tabayin Township, Sagaing Division.

The statement said that the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) had sent statements regarding the inhumane attack by the military junta on a self-supportive school in Let Yet Kone, Tabayin Township, Sagaing Division, to the United Nations organizations, ASEAN, Inter-Parliamentary Union, and ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights to seek possible measures, including widespread awareness and condemnation.

It is also stated that, in addition to communication with human rights and children’s rights organizations since the day of the incident, U Aung Kyi Nyunt, Chairman of CRPH, who is part of the Myanmar high-level delegation arriving in New York this week, discussed the inhumane war crimes committed by the military junta as a priority in his meetings.

At least six children were killed and many were seriously injured due to the military junta’s inhumane airstrike campaign. Moreover, it is reported that about twenty students and teachers, including those children who were severely injured, were abducted by a military column. In the aftermath of the coup attempt by the terrorist military junta, about 350 children were killed due to bombings and gunshots by the terrorist military council forces, and about 1,500 children were arrested unjustly, stated in the statement.

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says the CDMers to hold on as the victory of the spring revolution is near

In September, during the CDMs Talk, Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said, “First of all, CDMers need to hold on. Our victory is near. I want to say that the time is coming when we can build our future, our country.”

After the military coup on February 1, 2021, hundreds of thousands of education and health workers participated in the anti-dictatorship Civil Disobedience Movements (CDM).

The UN Credential Campaign event will be held in Toronto on September 25, and will also include fundraising

On September 22, the MEF-Canada announced, “We invite all to attend the UN Credential Campaign event, and watch and enjoy revolutionary songs, and Burmese and ethnic traditional dances that will inspire you.”

A back-to-back fundraising event will also be held, and U Htin Linn Aung, Union Minster of Communications, Information and Technology, will attend and have a friendly meeting. In addition to food and entertainment programs, the reception of new members of the PRF support team, the revolutionary fundraising event will also include the selling of EOD shares, Spring Lottery, and Special Treasury Bonds, the MEF-Canada stated.

US President Joe Biden declared at the United Nations that the military regime in Myanmar is committing horrible abuses against pro-democracy activists and ethnic minorities

US President Joe Biden added the following in his Remarks before the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

“Yet today, in 2022, fundamental freedoms are at risk in every part of our world, from the violations of human rights in Xinjiang detailed in recent reports by the Office of the U.N High Commissioner, to the horrible abuses against pro-democracy activists and ethnic minorities by the military regime in Burma.”

The President of the United States urged the countries of the world not to turn a blind eye to the erosion of human rights, including those that are brutally committed against people.

The people of Myanmar held a rally in front of the UN office in Bonn, Germany, in support of Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun

The people of Myanmar held a rally in front of the UN office in Bonn, Germany, in support of Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun on September 20.

A member of the CRPH NUG Support Team Germany reported to Radio NUG regarding the rally in support of Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun.

“On September 20, Myanmar-born democracy activists and German citizens who support the democracy activities in Myanmar gathered and demonstrated in front of the UN office in Bonn for the appointment of Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun as the official representative of Myanmar to the United Nations. Moreover, we collected the signatures of those who participated and wrote an open letter of encouragement addressed to the United Nations Regional Information Centre in Bonn. The international community must support Myanmar’s democracy issue with more practical actions, and our exiled political forces will continue to pressure international organizations. The Revolution must be won!”

CRPH NUG Support Team, Germany

This news was sent from Bonn, Germany.

The terrorist military burns down the villages of Tha Ga Ya and Gway Kone in Khin-U Township, Sagaing Division

According to locals, in Sagaing Division, Tha Ga Ya Village was set on fire at around 7:00 a.m. on September 22, and Gway Kone Village was set on fire at 9:40 a.m.

They said, “A terrorist military column temporarily stationed in Tha Ga Ya Village burned down the village this morning. Then the column divided into two groups, one near the mobile phone tower, the other near the railroad, and continued to the east. They then entered and burned down Gway Kone Village again.”

It is reported that the terrorist military is targeting villages and civilians in Khin-U Township.

The Myingyan Black Tiger has invited the military soldiers and policemen to join CDM along with weapons and will be given the awarded money of 30 to 50 lakhs

On September 22, the Myingyan Black Tiger (MBT) announced this.

“For the military soldiers and policemen who have been serving under the military coup leader in Myanmar for various reasons, we inform and encourage them to surrender to the People’s Defense Forces (PDFs), putting the truth first and being loyal to the people,” they said.

The Myingyan Black Tiger (MBT) said that they will give a warm welcome to the military soldiers and policemen who come to the embrace of the public and participate in CDM, and those who bring weapons along with them will be honored with a reward of 30 to 50 lakhs.

Even KBZ Pay mobile wallet accounts upgraded to Level 2 security systems with complete personal information were also frozen by order of the junta-controlled Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM)

According to reports on September 22, there are many people whose KBZ Pay mobile wallet accounts have been frozen in Yangon, and there is also a possibility of permanent deletion of accounts.

“I upgraded my mobile wallet by filling in my full personal information as they said. However, when I checked again, and it was frozen. The only thing to say is that it is quite mean and rude. They are robbing citizens’ money blatantly,” a citizen whose wallet account was frozen said.

Soon after CBM announced the permanent deletion of mobile wallet accounts, such as KBZ Pay and WavePay, that have not been upgraded to Level 2 with full correct personal information, such as phone number, NRC number, and name, many mobile wallet accounts have been frozen like this, and the money in the accounts cannot be withdrawn.

The number of Click2donate clickers has increased by more than 3,200, and the income has increased by between 8 and 15 lakh kyats over the previous month

On September 22, Click2donate said regarding the increase in the number of clickers.

It states, “Yesterday’s post was seen by more than 1.2 million people, and the number of clickers has increased by over 3,200. Income has increased by between 8 and 15 lakh kyats over the previous month. Clicking is a very safe support campaign [for the revolution]. It is an easy and simple task that anyone who has accessed the Wi-Fi internet can participate in.”

Click2donate is a campaign that supports the revolutionary forces from the income earned by the people’s daily clicks. If 100,000 people click daily, it will be able to support over 100 million kyats per month.

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