Summary of News

1. The Union Prime Minister says that when confronted with a brutal common enemy, various ethnic organisations that had been unable to build trust for many years are now better understanding one another

In February, the Union Prime Minister of the National Unity Government concluded about building trust among various ethnic organisations as follows:

“I believe that when confronted with such a brutal common enemy, each group, which has struggled to build trust with each other for many years, has come to understand and sympathise more and has seen the common goal more clearly.”

There are certain Ethnic Resistance Organisations (EROs) that regularly engage and coordinate with the National Unity Government (NUG), and prominent EROs also cooperate with it on political and military matters.

2. Union Minister Daw Zin Mar Aung and Deputy Minister U Moe Zaw Oo attended the screening of the documentary film “Rays of Hopes” organised in Indianapolis, United States

Union Minister of Foreign Affairs (NUG) Daw Zin Mar Aung and Deputy Minister U Moe Zaw Oo attended the screening of the revolutionary fundraising documentary film “Rays of Hopes” by director Ko Pauk, which was organised on February 18 in Indianapolis.

The Union Minister and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs arrived in the United States as representatives of the National Unity Government.

3. Union Minister Dr. Sasa says that the new federal democratic Myanmar will be seen soon

Union Minister Dr. Sasa stated the following in his remark at the 75th Chin National Day celebration held on February 19 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States:

“Let’s be clear about the fact that the future of Chin State is in the hands of the Chin people. We know that the good will win over the bad and that light will overcome darkness. We also know that freedom will defeat the dictator, and the federal democracy will replace the oppressive military dictatorship. I am hopeful that shortly we will witness a new federal democratic Myanmar that is free and has no discrimination among races, religions, gender, languages, skin colour, culture, or background.”

Union Minister Dr. Sasa stated the following in his remark at the 75th Chin National Day celebration held on February 19 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States:

“Let’s be clear about the fact that the future of Chin State is in the hands of the Chin people. We know that the good will win over the bad and that light will overcome darkness. We also know that freedom will defeat the dictator, and the federal democracy will replace the oppressive military dictatorship. I am hopeful that shortly we will witness a new federal democratic Myanmar that is free and has no discrimination among races, religions, gender, languages, skin colour, culture, or background.”

4. Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung expresses that everyone must work together to help Chin State develop

On February 19, at the 75th Chin National Day ceremony in Washington, D.C., Union Minister of Communications, Information and Technology U Htin Linn Aung stated the following about the importance of working together to help Chin State develop:

“There are many intellectuals involved in our revolution. So, there is no reason it can’t succeed. The next thing is that, based on our freedom, skills, and knowledge, we must work together for the redevelopment of Chin Hills.”

Union Minister U Htin Linn Aung, Maryland Senator Dr. Clearance Lam, Maryland State Delegate Dr. Chao Wu, and Commissioner Elizabeth Ching of the Governor’s Commission on Asian Pacific Affairs also attended and delivered speeches at the 75th Chin National Day ceremony held in Washington, D.C.

5. The military column that departed from In Ma Htee village in Pale Township burned down an NUG interim education school as well as six houses in Min Taing Pin village

According to the Pale Jokers PDF, the military column that came out of In Ma Htee village, a village dominated by junta-backed Pyu Saw Htee militia, in Sagaing’s Pale Township, burned down an NUG interim education school as well as six houses in Min Taing Pin village on February 18.

On the same day, they also invaded Hnaw Yoe village, broke into houses, looted belongings, and burned down three houses.

As a result, about 6,000 people from Tone Kan, Hnaw Yoe, and nearby villages are fleeing.

6. The Kalay Township People’s Police announces that it has transferred support funds totalling 4.8 million kyats provided by the National Unity Government to the CDM police

The following information was released by the Kalay Township People’s Police on February 18 on the delivery of support funds from the National Unity Government:

“We reported that the CDM police and their families, who communicate and collaborate with the Kalay Township People’s Police (South and North), have received support money totalling 4,830,000 kyats provided by the People’s Embrace Committee, the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management of the National Unity Government, through the People’s Police of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration.”

#Credit : Radio NUG

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