Summary of News

1. The Acting President of the NUG calls for the international community to continue to exclude the terrorist group

At the 79th Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government, held on December 20, Acting President Duwa Lashi La called for the international community to continue to exclude the terrorist group.

At the meeting, the Acting President remarked the following:

“I am particularly pleased and proud that the NUG government has seen positive and progressive prospects with respect to foreign relations and diplomacy. I also want to express my gratitude to the international community for supporting Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun to continue his role as the permanent representative of Myanmar to the UN. I would like to call for the international community to continue to exclude the military group. Those who are responsible for all the corruption and acts of terrorism in today’s Myanmar are a military council terrorist group.”

At this time, the terrorist junta council is not allowed to attend ASEAN summits or international meetings.

2. The CRPH Labour Affairs Committee and the NUG Ministry of Foreign Affairs hold a meeting to discuss the issue of migrant workers

The Labour Affairs Committee of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the National Unity Government (NUG) held a video conference meeting at 15:00 on December 20 to discuss the issue of migrant workers.

At the meeting, Daw Zin Mar Aung, Union Minister of Foreign Affairs, gave her greetings, and then discussions were made extensively with regard to support and assistance that can be provided for migrant workers, CDMers, and political asylum seekers in various countries by the foreign offices that have been opened, ways to address the issues that migrant workers are experiencing, help that can be provided by the Labour Affairs Committee and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the migrant workers, and further cooperation between the ministry and the committee.

3. Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe says that efforts are being made to adopt the CDM Policy and that processes are in place to account for and care for CDMers and their descendants

On December 20 when the Public Affairs Committee met and discussed with CDMers from Magway Division, Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe stated the following:

“The revolution has reached this position because of CDMers, and there is a revolution everywhere; efforts are being made to adopt a CDM Policy that can be enforced as a law, and it has a process to take into account and care for the posterity of CDMers as well as clear measures for non-CDMers; and those who joined the people’s side after this point can no longer be recognized as CDMers; instead, they can only be regarded as individuals who enter the legal fold and cannot in any way compare to the CDM heroes who have given so much for almost two years.”

Daw Phyu Phyu Thin, Secretary of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH), Dr. Zaw Wai Soe, Union Minister for Education and Health under the National Unity Government (NUG), chairman and members of the Public Affairs Committee, MPs from Magway Region Hluttaw, those who lead the issue of CDMers, and CDMers from Magway Division attended the meeting.

4. Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung says that it has become important to defend against cyber threats by military dictator and his subordinates

U Htin Linn Aung, Union Minister for Communications, Information and Technology, penned a foreword to the “Information and Technology Security Guidelines” published by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Communications, Information and Technology for the safety education in the interim schools, stating that it has become important to defend against cyber threats by military dictator and his subordinates.

In the foreword, the Union Minister states, “As the National Unity Government strives to cover all aspects of the attainment of the interim revolution and the public administrative processes, defending against cyber threats by the military dictator and his subordinates has become an important aspect.”

Furthermore, the Union Minister said that if the information and data reach the military dictator and fraudsters, individual citizens’ lives and property may be at risk.

5. NUG releases the “Information and Technology Security Guidelines” for online schools

On December 21, Ja Htoi Pan, Deputy Minister of Education, informed that the “Information and Technology Security Guidelines” had been released for online schools to comply with.

“The Ministry of Education has published the Information and Technology Security Guidelines for online schools to ensure the safety of parents and children while the children study in revolutionary schools,” said the Deputy Minister.

There are many online schools and on-site schools that are carrying out the interim education plan of the Ministry of Education of the National Unity Government.

6. With full equipment and uniforms, the Daung Min Operation People’s Defence Force (TYC PDF) and Dawei Youth Armed Force performed their first training batch’s completion ceremony

On December 21, Daung Min Operation People’s Defence Force (TYC PDF) reported the following about the completion ceremony of its first training batch:

“The completion ceremony of the first training batch of the Daung Min Operation People’s Defence Force (TYC PDF) and Dawei Youth Armed Force, who are the members of people’s defence force in Thayatchaung Township, Dawei District, Tanintharyi Division, was held at the headquarters of the Daung Min Operation People’s Defence Force (TYC PDF).”

The Daung Min Operation People’s Defence Force (TYC PDF) is a revolutionary force fighting against the military dictatorship.

7. The junta troops went on a rampage in the villages in Myaing Township this morning

According to local sources, junta troops fired indiscriminately and raided Se Pyar Village in Myaing Township, Magway Division, on the morning of December 21.

“The terrorist military troops that spent last night in Pay Pin Tike Village in the southern part of Myaing Township left the village this morning for the east and fired indiscriminately and raided Se Pyar Village,” local sources said.

The junta troops arrived in the forest between Ywa Tan Shae Village and Kan Yar Kaung Village from Se Pyar Village, and the locals cautioned the villagers to be cautious and avoid them.

8. A junta column containing about 100 soldiers set fire to Set Taw Kone Village in Indaw Township, burning 41 houses and 30 rice barns

On December 20, the Indaw Revolution (IR) team, a revolutionary group in Indaw Township that reports revolutionary news, reported that a military council column of about 100 troops set fire to Set Taw Kone Village in Indaw Township, burning 41 houses and 30 rice barns.

From December 16 to 20, at least 100 houses from 6 villages in Indaw Township were destroyed by arson committed by the military council troops.

The Indaw Revolution (IR) team further stated that the junta column had arrived in Nat Ma Hote Gyi Village after leaving Set Taw Kone Village, and that another column of roughly 100 troops coming from Nant See Aung Village had arrived in the forest between Hpar Pan Village and Pin Wei Village.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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