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NUG Union Prime Minister says that most of the political problems can only be solved when the military regime falls

During the NUG meeting on a connection between NUCC and NUG/JCC, Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann said that most of the political problems can only be solved when the military regime falls.

“There are too many things that need to be resolved and discussed politically. The majority of the political problems can only be solved when the military regime falls. Therefore, the groups leading the revolution need to work harder to fight the military dictators as soon as possible.”— Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann said.

Currently, ethnic revolutionary forces such as the KNU and the KIA are collaborating with the National Unity Government on the revolution.

NUG Union Minister Dr. Tu Hkawng says that the military council’s sham election will not work without the people

On November 9, Union Minister Dr. Tu Hkawng said, “The upcoming election is to legitimize Min Aung Hlaing to run for president. That election will not work without the people.”

Terrorist military leader Min Aung Hlaing intends to hold a sham election in 2023 and is currently compiling voter registration data.

The U.S. Department of Treasury imposed sanctions on Sky Aviator Company Limited and its director Kyaw Min Oo’s assets

The United States is imposing sanctions against the Sky Aviator Company Limited, and its owner, director Kyaw Min Oo, a major dealer supporting aircraft parts for the Burmese military.

The U.S. Embassy in Myanmar releases the Press Statement of the U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken dated November 8.

In the statement, the U.S. Secretary of State said, “Today, the United States is taking additional actions against those who enable the regime’s violence, particularly its repeated air assaults and killing of civilians. The Department of the Treasury is designating Sky Aviator Company Limited and its owner and director, Kyaw Min Oo, pursuant to Executive Order 14014, for operating in the defense sector of the Burmese economy.  Under Kyaw’s control, Sky Aviator is a key supplier of military aircraft parts to Burma’s military.”

The statement also stated that since the February 2021 coup, the Sky Aviator Company Limited has received multiple arms shipments from sanctioned entities, and Kyaw Min Oo has also facilitated foreign military officers to visit Myanmar, imported military equipment, and provided material needed to upgrade the assault helicopters.

Over 40 soldiers and officers from Light Infantry Battalion-1 under the 66th Light Infantry Division (LID-66) have died at Karenni State till now

KNDF Battalion has claimed the military news on November 9 that over 40 soldiers and officers from Light Infantry Battalion-1 under Division 66 have died at Karenni State till now.

It stated, “This is the end for lackeys of the junta. Don’t mention coffins, they are not even changed shoes and clothes. No dignity, not knowing if the flag is upside down or not. Live as it is, and die as it is. Light Infantry Battalion-1 under Division 66 have over 40 casualties at Karenni State till now.”

Officers, including a battalion commander and a deputy battalion commander, were among the over 40 casualties of the junta. In the video clip of the decree of those officers and soldiers’ death shown by the KNDF, the dead had been cremated in mass.

The terrorist military is setting fire to villages in Myaung Township, Sagaing Division

According to the Back-line Offense and Defense battalion-1 of the Civil Defense and Security Organization Myaung Township (CDSOM), the military junta troops set fire to the villages in Myaung Township.

It states, “The military column that set fire to Na Nwin Kaing Village and Shwe Tachaung Village also set fire to Sule Kone Village from the far southeast. It is reported that the troops are still in the village, and ambushes from Myit Thar Village are also coming to Sule Kone Village.”

Taze people’s defense force attacked a Pyu Saw Htee group in the teak forest west of Inn Koke Kar Village in Taze Township with a pair of three mines

The Taze People’s Defense Force (PaKaPha) claimed to have attacked a Pyu Saw Htee group under the military council with a pair of three mines at 7:30 p.m. on November 8.

 The Taze PDF said, “We attacked a Pyu Saw Htee group under the military council with a pair of three mines when they came to the teak forest on the west of Inn Koke Kar Village, Taze Township. The target was hit, so, the causalities may be high.”

It is said that there was no harm caused to the comrades of the Taze people’s defense force and the investigation is still ongoing to confirm the death of Pyu Saw Htee men.

The short film “The Road Not Taken” by director Ko Pauk will be screened in Norway

Director Ko Pauk’s short film, “The Road Not Taken,” will be screened in Nodeland, Kristiansand, Norway, on November 19.

Tickets are being sold for 250 NOK per ticket, and children under the age of 12 can watch at no charge.

The short film “The Road Not Taken,” directed by Ko Pauk, was based on a true story of a CDM captain and featured by comrades from the revolutionary area.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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