Current situation in Myanmar explained to military attachés in Nay Pyi Taw

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Myanmar officials explained the current situation, which was happening in the country, to the military attachés who attended the celebration of the 76th Armed Forces Day.

Myanmar officials explained the current situation, which was happening in the country, to the military attachés who attended the celebration of the 76th Armed Forces Day on 27 March afternoon in Nay Pyi Taw.
Myanmar officials explained the situation in which the military had to take responsibility for the State due to the electoral fraud throughout the country in the 2020 General Election; although it was demanded to resolve the vote-rigging under the law and to find a negotiated solution in line with the practice of democracy it was ignored and the situation that calls for negotiation only at this stage; transitional conditions from peaceful protest to the anarchic mob, then to insurrection; the status of committing acts of terrorism by destroying public offices, police stations, schools and industrial workplaces by fire and explosions of roads and bridges and the implementation of 9 objectives and five roadmaps of the State Administration Council.
The officials explained the situation extensively with PowerPoint presentation so that the international community could know what was happening currently in Myanmar and the attended Military Attachés also raised questions.
Afterwards, responsible persons showed the display of locally-made weapons being confiscated during the riots. — MNA

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