Summary of News

1. The Union Prime Minister says that cooperation can be effectively facilitated through mutual understanding if the common goals are shared

At the 29th 2023 Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government, Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann said, “When common goals are shared, cooperation can be effectively facilitated through mutual respect and understanding,” and he also urged unity among the defence forces.

The Ministry of Defence under the National Unity Government has formed a complaint committee and is handling complaints.

2. Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe and his team have a town hall community meeting with the Myanmar diaspora in Perth, Australia
Town hall community meeting with Myanmar diaspora in Perth, Australia, on August 27

Union Minister for Health and Education Dr. Zaw Wai Soe and NUG Representative to Australia Dr. Tun Aung Shwe attended a town hall community meeting in Perth, Australia, on August 27, which was arranged by the CRPH/NUG Support Group WA (Western Australia), according to the September 2 press release of the Ministry of Health of the National Unity Government.

Following Dr. Tun Aung Shwe’s introductory remarks, Dr. Zaw Wai Soe discussed the current state of things in the Spring Revolution.

The Union Minister and the Representative then heard the audience and gave them warm and frank responses.

Meeting with representatives from the CRPH/NUG Support Group WA (Western Australia)

On the morning of August 26, the Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe and the Representative Dr. Tun Aung Shwe met with the ethnic community leaders from the CRPH/NUG Support Group WA (Western Australia) and had a discussion with them before the town hall community meeting on August 27.

3. Intense fighting continues in Demoso following the revolutionary defence forces’ capture of two of the junta’s military outposts

The Karenni resistance forces launched offensives and occupied the two military outposts in Demoso Township, Karenni State, on September 2, 2023, and as a result, the intense fighting continues, as stated by Khit Thit Media, which quoted local defence forces.

“We took control of two military stations. Moreover, we collected weapons and the dead bodies of enemy soldiers. However, because of the military’s large-scale reinforcement, the situation is extremely tense. The fighting will become fiercer. We must thus exercise extreme caution in this situation, and therefore we cannot give specifics. In order to prevent unnecessary information leaks, the relevant battalions also warned against responding to the media and posting pictures online,” a frontline source told Khit Thit Media.

The terrorist military forces have also deployed hundreds of military forces to launch offensives in Loikaw, Demoso, and Hpruso Townshops in Karenni (Kayah) State, and the fighting between the two sides might intensify in the coming days, stated Khit Thit Media, citing Karenni frontline sources.

4. Drone attacks on the junta-backed Pyu Saw Htee militia group in Singu resulted in 16 fatalities

The Eagle Guerrilla Force, the People’s Defence Force (PDF) Shwebo District Battalion No. 15, claimed on September 2 that 16 junta-backed Pyu Saw Htee militia members were eliminated in drone attacks in Singu Township, Mandalay Region.

“Starting at 9:40 p.m. on August 30, until September 1, drones were used to drooped a total of 42 grenades against the Pyu Saw Htee group in Ywa Thar Ywa village, Singu Township, Mandalay Region, resulting in the deaths of 16 Pyu Saw Htee members and injuries to 8 other of them,” it stated.

“Despite the military council forces firing back by using MG 81 machine guns indiscriminately into the surrounding areas, the comrades were able to withdraw unharmed,” it continued.

Reportedly, the operation was carried out by the combined force of the Eagle Guerrilla (Shwebo District PDF Battalion No. 15) led by commander Bo Kauk Yoe, the Kyaukse Red Dragon Drone Force, the Kyaukse Red Dragon Battalion No. 1, the Meiktila People’s Defence Drone Force (Lightning Drone Force), the Demo Pauk Kwae, the Sadaung Lightning Force, and the Thirty Warriors.

5. “The Way” musical film is going to be screened in Norway, Australia, Singapore, the USA, and Japan in September

“The Way” musical film team has released its September 2023 screening schedule.

The release states that the musical film “The Way” will have screenings on September 10 in Oslo, Norway, September 17 in Sydney, Australia, September 18 in Jamaica, Australia, September 23 in Tokyo, Japan, September 24 in Perth, Australia, and Japan, and September 30 in Singapore, respectively.

The premiere of “The Way” took place in Sacramento, California, and the theatre was packed.

The proceeds from the “The Way” musical film will be donated to the education and health care of conflict-displaced children and the elderly who are in need in Myanmar.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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